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People who enroll in workplace 401(k) plans and put money in them probably misunderstand key aspects of such savings vehicles, say advisors.
The former GE chief and longtime Republican supporter tells CNBC he likes Donald Trump's policy ideas more.
This catering boss was easy to criticize others – until he was criticized himself.
Trump Jr. tweeted an image that used Skittles to make a policy argument against admitting refugees into the U.S., NBC News reports.
The likelihood of a Clinton victory in November has taken a tumble, according to the latest CNBC Global CFO Council survey.
The latest CNBC Fed Survey shows that 88 percent respondents say the Federal Reserve will raise rates in December.
The September CNBC Fed Survey of 41 respondents finds that just 51 percent think Clinton will win, down from 84 percent in August.
The average guest expects to spend $703 per wedding this year. One of the easiest ways to save money is by planning. Here's how.
The investigation is looking into how the company factors in climate risk in pricing its projects, according to Dow Jones.
Here are the five questions moderator Lester Holt must ask Clinton and Trump at the first presidential debate, says Jake Novak.
Financial advisor Sophia Bera says there are 3 mistakes Gen Y clients must avoid in order to ensure a secure financial future.
Twitter users went nuts after an emergency alert notification regarding a man suspected of playing a role in a series of blasts was sent to phones.
This year's graduating class enjoys the best job market in years, so if you don't have work yet, don't fret.
Republican former Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson tells CNBC that Hillary Clinton has the "temperament" to find middle ground on the big issues.
The star of “The Profit” says the first step to starting a business is to get a job.