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Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders sits down with CNBC's John Harwood to talk about income inequality, Wall Street greed and Hillary Clinton.
New York's top financial regulator, Benjamin Lawsky, told CNBC that his agency should have focused on individual accountability earlier.
Charter CEO Thomas Rutledge explains why his company's bid for Time Warner Cable will succeed where Comcast's failed.
The founders of Tinder told CNBC about the app's ambitious growth and plans for expansion, and how it wants to shed the 'hook up' label.
Attracting talent and managing growth remain perennial challenges among entrepreneurs, according to iCONIC conference participants.
Elizabeth Cutler ditched real estate to take a chance on starting up a business called SoulCycle, and today that business is soaring.
Often ignored in craft beer circles, lager is starting to get a little love from craft breweries.
Ken Fisher has made millions in real estate, but he prefers to put his expertise to work for injured veterans and their families.
With people increasingly plugged in to mobile devices, drivers are also more distracted than ever, according to a safety group.
Entry-level data scientists often prefer start-ups and small firms, where they believe they'll get to tackle tough problems.
CNBC takes a look at Europe's top 10 higher education institutions, ranked by research, employability and international outlook.
Verne Troyer, best known as Mini-Me from the "Austin Powers" movies, recorded Wednesday's Taser incident at LAX.
Many financial advisors suggest annuities to provide a stable stream of income to avoid running out of retirement money.
A new story shows the wealth gap widening among countries in the developing world.
More than 40 percent of people with individual health plans say it is very or somewhat difficult to pay their premiums.
Procrastinators can benefit from summer concert pricing. But if seeing The Grateful Dead is on your bucket list, be prepared to pay up.
Talk about job security—McDonald's clown isn't going anywhere, its CEO told shareholders.
Myndlift is a tech start-up combining mobile gaming with neurofeedback monitoring as an alternative to the surge in ADHD drug prescriptions.
Long known more for burgers, Shake Shack is turning an eye toward chicken, according to one recent trademark filing.
You still have time to book an affordable getaway. Here are four ways to plan a trip without blowing your budget.