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With the first-ever College Football Playoff championship game on January 12, college football is gaining ground on the National Football League in terms of both money and popularity.
U.S. employers added more jobs than expected in December, but a dip on hourly wages took some shine off the report.
It was a happy holiday season for retailers amid low gas prices and a brighter jobs picture, with many reporting strong sales for the month of December.
GoPro is reportedly planning to expand its international distribution to include China this year.
Inaction on behalf of the European Central Bank on January 22 would do more to rattle our markets than a disappointing jobs number, says U.S. equity strategist Sam Stovall.
Bob Johnson, director of economic analysis at Morningstar, says markets care more about the European Central Bank's next steps right now than the Federal Reserve's, but both are almost irrelevant.
J.C. Penney reported a 3.7% same-store sales increase for the November-December holiday selling season, beating estimates of 1% to negative 5% growth.
Data showed today that private U.S. businesses added a better-than-expected 241,000 jobs in December, bringing their annual hiring to 2.5 million for 2014.
Monty Sharma, chief executive of the combined Jenny Craig & Curves business enterprise, reveals how the two brands are developing a closer partnership for 2015.