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Peer-to-peer lending platforms offer investors a way to earn 5 to 10 percent on loans to online borrowers. Is it safe?
CEOs are amassing huge sums in their retirement accounts, even as the availability of employer-sponsored retirement plans falls.
One in 3 insured consumers has had an unexpected medical bill in recent years, according to Consumer Reports. Here's how to prevent it.
In a CNBC interview, Marco Rubio said China's leaders are in the same category as ISIS.
Pace University is giving higher education a new meaning by opening 33 Beekman, the world's tallest college residence.
Fluctuations in the price of oil are uniquely felt in West Texas, where life and the economy revolve around black gold.
Political and social crises are hampering Europe's recovery. And even though they may have risen separately, they're increasingly interlinked.
Ukraine reached a deal with creditors to restructure its debt—a key requirement for the country to continue getting support from the IMF.
U.S. companies not only are issuing more debt than ever, they're also extending it to duration never seen before.
President Obama is responsible for making America's rich richer, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie tells CNBC.
A new Wells Fargo survey finds that near-retirees have the least amount of money saved for retirement of any group surveyed.
Billionaire businessman Ken Langone, a supporter of Republican Chris Christie for president, speaks highly of Donald Trump.
Greek PM Tsipras has called for early elections. That may be good for Tsipras, but here's why it's bad for Greece, says Nicholas Economides.
Without federal action, Puerto Rico "could easily become a humanitarian crisis," a top Treasury counselor said on Capitol Hill.
This strategy can give you a consistent stream of income in retirement while protecting you against rising interest rates.
Puerto Rico's Government Development Bank for Puerto Rico said "the discussions did not result in a mutually acceptable arrangement."
A new study finds that knocking out small credit card balances first may help motivate consumers, but not always.
Job perks that once seemed exclusive to hip start-ups are making their way through HR departments now. Do they really benefit workers?
It's nearly time for college students to head to campus, and along with desk lights and ramen noodles they need these money management skills.
Former GOP presidential candidate Steve Forbes says Donald Trump is a net-positive for Republicans, even with his controversial comments and policies.
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