The Trump tax policy is a mixed bag. But there seems to be a nice dose of supply-side in that mix, says Larry Kudlow.» Read More
A Pew study revealed that Americans care about their privacy. Here are some great low-tech ways to protect your identity.
People have pretty much stopped watching commercials and instead just switch to their smartphone, according to new data.
The new rich have developed their own annual migration pattern, crisscrossing the globe almost monthly in search of access and intellectual status.
The 5 biggest winners on the reality show gave up equity for millions to fund their big ideas. Backing from the sharks was their "golden ticket."
Lee Siegel stirred a debate about student loans by abandoning his. He talks to CNBC about why he decided to walk away from his debt.
Citigroup's top bond watcher William Lee says investors need not worry about rate hikes, because the Fed is scared to throw bonds into turmoil.
Mount Sinai's CEO sees a "death spiral" could occur if the Supreme Court rules against the health insurance subsidies in Obamacare.
The appetite for on-demand meals seems insatiable. Munchery is one startup that provides an alternative to take-out with gourmet meals.
Sharon Epperson discusses financial advisor pay and fiduciary vs. suitability standards with three CNBC Financial Advisor Council members.
Three generations of Levy men—grandfather Victor, son Paul, and grandson Eric, are all entrepreneurs, each having started a business.
Americans' tendency to overspend on vacation doesn't bode well for credit card debt—or Christmas budgets.
New data by Nielsen reveals that rosé is growing in popularity at a rapid clip, including among men.
Every dollar borrowed in student loans is $2 to pay back later. With planning, it's easy to borrow less.
Hot Wheels, the car brand of toy maker Mattel, teamed up with Tesla to make a far more affordable miniature Tesla Model S.
Forget the prospect of a rate hike—the economy is slipping into recession, says Marc Faber, publisher of the Gloom, Boom & Doom Report.
In CNBC's 2015 Top States for Business study, the sentiment of business seems to be clear: Corporate America is calling for equality.
Jeff Clavier lost 30 pounds since he started using the fitness tracker Fitbit. Also, as of Thursday he's made $124 million off it.
Check out some of the not-so-common professions that members of the House held before assuming public office inside the Beltway.
FireEye says the accuracy of a statement by its CEO about legal indemnifcation depends on what the meaning of "basically" is.
CNBC compiles a list of the 10 most-anticipated video games to be released for the next holiday season.