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Uber gets criticism for surge pricing, but dynamic pricing concepts are being used in more and more places, from theme parks to ski slopes.
High-net-worth clients are much like average investors, say financial advisors, with a premium put on passing on legacies to heirs.
The Fed seems intent on raising rates in December, says Ron Insana. That could leave some players exposed when the tide goes out, says Ron Insana.
For car owners, brand loyalty is often important. But loyalty doesn't always pay off when it comes to appreciation.
Despite a possible interest-rate rise, homebuying has not slowed. Here is a look at key points sellers and purchasers need to keep in mind.
Financial advisor Stacy Francis says it's a huge challenge to try to convince women clients that they need to know more about their money.
Whether to insure your smartphone depends on your level of risk tolerance — and tendency toward mishaps.
Uncle Sam requires everyone start taking a required minimum distribution from IRAs and other tax-deferred accounts once they reach age 70-1/2.
Why one technical analyst says oil is about to fall far, far lower.
AquaBounty has received approval from the FDA to sell its AquAdvantage salmon in the US, but critics have denounced the 'frankenfish.'
The type of car you buy can have a big impact on your car insurance rate, even if your driving record is spotless.
Budsies is closing in on 17,000 orders, with plans for new partnerships and product categories to keep the momentum going.
In fast food's fierce fight for your spare change, Burger King just upped the ante.
Women are finding paths to launching more businesses in industrialized and developing nations, according to a new report.
Part of Claudia Azula-Altucher's dream when she came to America was to own a home. Here's what it cost her.
Last holiday season, Amazon rolled out new deals every 10 minutes.
The 401(k) is Americans' main means to save for retirement, but most don't know how to gauge whether a plan is good, putting savings at risk.
Money managers, value investors and analysts are eyeing Dec. 1, when $355 million of notes issued by the Government Development Bank come due.
Consumers are likely to pull back spending as news of terror threats dominate headlines, analysts told CNBC.
Absolut is known for its vodka, but its new division is strictly in the online art business. Can it diversify?