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The business of river cruises

FBN's Ashley Webster reports the number of Americans taking week-long river cruises in Europe is rising. He takes a tour of one of the luxury boats.

Is The NFL Draft A Touchdown For Chicago's Economy?

As Chicago prepares to host the NFL Draft for the second consecutive year this week, city and league officials are adamant that the event will inject tens of millions of dollars into the local economy. But a leading Chicago-based sports economist says the actual financial boost may be far smaller.

P&G Posts 7% Drop in Quarterly Sales

Dow component Procter & Gamble reported a 3Q profit of $0.86 per share, topping the estimate for $0.82. Revenue for the company came in at $15.8 billion, matching Wall Street expectations.

Jake Arrieta's No-Hitter Boosts New Endorsement Deal

Chicago Cubs ace starting pitcher Jake Arrieta hurled his second career no-hitter Thursday against the Cincinnati Reds just hours after he announced a new endorsement deal with menswear startup Mizzen+Main, which wasted no time in incorporating the historic feat into its marketing campaign.

HBO's 'Game of Thrones' Returns

The highly anticipated HBO drama “Game of Thrones” returns Sunday with many unanswered questions. One in particular strikes a chord to many fans of the show.

Instant Analysis: Target Corp. Raises Minimum Wage to $10 an Hour

What: Target Corporation has added its name to the parade of retailers hiking their minimum wage to $10 an hour.Reuters reported earlier this week that the nation's third-largest general merchandise retailer has started lifting wages for the second time in two years.The wage hike is expected to be completed by May.