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The impact of the devastating bird flu outbreak earlier this year will be felt at the breakfast and Thanksgiving table in egg and turkey prices.
Amazon isn't the only company using data on employees to drive productivity. Experts say "big data" is quickly becoming the new workplace normal.
Starbucks and Panera Bread are both changing the formulas of their pumpkin lattes, with the former adding actual pumpkin to the popular coffee drink.
Google is introducing a low-priced smartphone in six African countries where most people still can't afford an Internet-connected device.
After years of decline, the number of deaths on U.S. roads is heading higher. If the trend continues, the toll could hit an eight-year high.
A spate of shark attacks in Australia has left some of world's top surfing beaches deserted and many people having second thoughts about swimming.
As revealed in a critical look at its work culture, Amazon Inc. "stacks" workers using a controversial performance rating scheme. But does it work?
"The article doesn't describe the Amazon I know or the caring Amazonians I work with every day," Bezos said in a memo to staff obtained by CNBC.
A critical expose of Amazon's workplace dynamics by The New York Times sparked debate across social media on Monday.
Blue Bell ice cream will return to stores at the end of August, months after a national recall for listeria concerns.
Experts recommend that teens heading for college have several key financial skills under their belts. CNBC's Kelley Holland has the rundown.
As the bird flu scare continues and consumers want food sourced closer to the kitchen table, some companies are renting chickens.
The typical first-timer now rents for six years before buying a home, up from 2.6 years in the early 1970s, a new analysis by Zillow shows.
There were 44 adult passengers, five children and infants and five crew on the Trigana Air Service short-haul flight.
Toyota Motor Corp. said on Sunday it will not resume operations through Wednesday near the Chinese port of Tianjin, where huge explosions last week killed more than 100 people.
Manufacturers are peddling protein in anything edible. But is this protein mania warranted or are we experiencing the latest American food fad?
"All of the announcements were directed to me," he said. "They would say things like, 'Mr. Short, we're beginning our descent.'"
Castro told a Citigroup executive in the 1980s he regretted kicking the IMF out of Cuba in his early days of the communist revolution.
People are pouring more money into pampering their pets, including at high-amenity hotels such as Morris Animal Inn.