The effects of these strikingly different conventions won't become clear for a while. But all signs point toward a race that will remain close. » Read More
When it came to the Brexit vote, Wall Street banks (and traders) assumed the worst. But they may have gotten it wrong.
The viral mobile app has a way of bringing people—even perfect strangers—together, as San Franciscans discovered to their delight this week.
The Hamptons is one of a few real estate markets where renting for the summer costs more than your home.
If you find you're burning through your cash, summer is a good time to stop and find out where the money is going, a writer explains to CNBC.
Social and political turmoil is creating a challenging operating environment for the world's largest coffee chain, Howard Schultz says.
It's over. Donald Trump capped a tumultuous GOP convention with a raw acceptance speech. Here are some highlights.
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Evans deactivated her Twitter account, severing an eight-year relationship that had become a big part of her professional — and personal — life.
At a time when money is cheap, the web retailer is partnering with Wells Fargo to sell student loans.
Home equity is back, and headed for the bathroom, or the kitchen or the garage, or wherever today's homeowners see the greatest returns.
Autonomous trucks are hitting the road globally, raising fears terrorists will use them as remotely guided weapons. But how likely is it?
U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton took time out at the convention to talk with CNBC's John Harwood about the GOP, Trump and his ambitions.
The sudden coup d'etat attempt in Turkey was shocking partially because coups are less frequent than they used to be.
Just 2.2 percent of hospitals earned a top rating for patient care, but the names of the facilities have yet to be made public.
Elon Musk laid out a new "master plan" for broadening Tesla's vehicle product line and entering solar energy. But questions remain.
CNBC caught up with Biogen CEO George Scangos to discuss where he leaves the big biotech after six years at the helm.
Robots are eliminating job drudgery in hospitals, and they'll soon take on therapeutic roles to help people with autism, diabetes and Alzheimer's.
If Donald Trump's campaign is paying his company for the services of one of its writers, it did not report doing so in June.
Burgers and bacon have long been a match made in food heaven, but Carl's Jr. and Hardee's don't think you're getting enough bacon for your buck.
Retail analysts expect back-to-school spending to rise roughly 3 percent this year.