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A recent index attempts to shed some light on how customers perceive some of the country's largest dining chains.
Jaunt announces a $66 million round of financing, moving it closer to its goal of becoming virtual reality's HBO.
Talk about living and breathing a job. Airbnb's co-founder Nathan Blecharczyk shares his San Francisco home with travelers.
Sometimes a quirky idea can become a phenomenon—and reap millions. Here are some that beat the odds to become huge successes.
You may have received a new credit card or debit card with a computer chip embedded in it in the mail recently.
A new report surveyed 2,400 consumers and found that cord cutting is happening much quicker than industry watchers anticipated.
A former NFL star is teaming up with a Wall Street bank to help teach athletes how to preserve their wealth.
For those who view free markets as the source of economic imbalances, Robert Sirico has a message: Capitalism isn't consumerism.
Move over GrubHub. A new start-up is shaking up the industry. Its spin: top chef-cooked meals delivered to your home in 20 minutes.
Forbes Magazine recently compiled a list of the highest-paid athletes in 2015 to date, and CNBC has put together a list of the top five earners.
Surgeons may soon plan out their operations with personalized 3-D printed replicas of their patient's organs.
Affluent families are choosing to pull their children out of the mainstream education system altogether in favor of having a tutor at home.
CNBC highlights the hot new releases from the Frankfurt Motor Show with the focus this year on connected and automated driving.
After the Fed announcement to keep rates unchanged, one trader says it's time to buy back into these sectors.
CNBC's Big Crunch analyzed text from Fed Chair Janet Yellen's press conferences. Here's what was different in Wednesday's no-rate-change announcement.
To celebrate four decades in Spain, Burger King's Spanish unit is trading burgers for bottles.
When you add in spending on electricity, gas and water, housing in some cities begins to look a lot less affordable.
"Typically we raise interest rates when things are boiling. They're not boiling," Caterpillar's Doug Oberhelman tells CNBC.
In some ways, luxury brands' discount strategies are making the market even more challenging.
171 million doses of flu vaccine have been produced for this season.