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There are smart moves US investors can make now to safeguard their exposure in the UK and Europe, before the Brexit vote on Thursday.
Puberty may be arriving earlier thanks to chemicals, obesity, and other factors, but some say the talk is overblown.
Inovio's Zika vaccine will be the 14th drug the company has in testing, but its CEO insisted Tuesday the company is not spread too thin.
A CNBC review of email search software found programs that monitor for conduct, which could be simply embarrassing or costly for a corporation.
The strain on housing supply has put strong upward pressure on home prices in most markets, but apparently not all markets, says Trulia.
The targets include those who paid the Obamacare penalty or who claimed an exemption to having health coverage.
Hundreds of companies have graduated from the Techstars incubator program around the world. Here are success stories of companies making their mark.
Big employers will see health costs grow in line with trends, but there's a shift in what's driving spending, PwC's Health Research Institute says.
Zombie debt ... old, bad debt you thought was dead ... can come back to haunt you, but there are ways to fight off this fiscal apocalypse.
Here are the most sought-after companies worldwide, according to LinkedIn.
More than ever, parents and students are worried about the cost of a college degree.
Severing ties to Europe may help Britons regain a sense of independence and better control over their nation's destiny. It's unlikely to help their economy, however.
Facebook, Amazon, Google and other tech giants are partnering with Udacity, a start-up reinventing skills training for the masses.
Edward Kandrot is one of the top software engineers in the U.S. He recently shared what it's like working for five tech giants.
Advisors who want to capture the $30 trillion that boomers are passing on to heirs must embrace fintech tools to attract young clients.
Americans should get $12,000 a year to offset the "tsunami of change" coming to the workforce that will leave many without jobs, Andy Stern says.