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Jamie Dimon sounded the alarm on auto loans. Who's getting hurt? Co-signers, according to a new CreditCards.com survey.
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If this year's presidential candidates can spark hope of economic improvement, then we may see a sustained market rally.
Not only do the vast majority of Americans binge-watch television, they also do it more frequently than you might think.
BlackRock's Rick Rieder tells CNBC a June rate hike by the Fed is "certainly" off the table, but July may still be in play.
Some 60 percent of business economists say that uncertainty about the November election is hurting the U.S. economy, according to a survey.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen struck a generally positive tone on the U.S. economy — despite Friday's weak jobs report.
Fintech has created a host of start-ups intent on stealing market share from old-school banks, but there are plenty of obstacles ahead.
The chief executive officers of two hotel titans say they are unfazed by recent bearish first-quarter industry data.
If you've been out of the workforce for a while, or want to switch careers, a grown-up internship could be your answer.
People are spending less time using social media apps, a new study from marketing intelligence firm SimilarWeb found.
Like a good investment, you should get a return on the money you're spending to fix up your home. CNBC looks at the projects that offer best value.
New rules allow small investors to put up as little as $100 for a stake in start-ups and small businesses. How not to get burned.
The IEA projects governments should spend trillions on the fight to cut carbon. One scientist, however, tells CNBC: "Not so fast."
Couples are spending thousands on weddings. CNBC spoke to a wedding expert about how to contain the cost of the big day.
Shareholder returns often come second to CEO pay increases, according to an analysis of Equilar's top 200-paid CEOs.