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A CNBC All-America Economic Survey finds that while unique in some ways, millennials in certain areas are more similar to the rest of the population.
The mutual funds with the biggest bets on shares of Elon Musk's Tesla Motors explain why they are still in love with the electric-car stock.
Why more people might actually read the terms and conditions before clicking "I accept."
By simply looking at an increase in Twitter followers during a Republican debate, we were able to predict which candidates would jump most in the polls.
A 16.08-carat pink diamond to be auctioned off by Christie's could fetch between $23 million and $28 million.
Two decades after it started selling publications online, Amazon is switching up its game and opening up its first physical bookstore.
AIG CEO Peter Hancock said Carl Icahn's call for the insurer to split up would be a distraction and increase the company's capital requirements.
The 2016 election is already close one year away, and Hillary Clinton and Ben Carson lead their respective parties in a new poll.
Fink, whose firm manages an $822 billion ETF portfolio, believes the "flash crash" problems were more related to market structure than the products.
Dropbox is having difficulty justifying its $10B valuation, largely because many businesses don't trust the file-sharing app.
People who buy the least expensive health plans on the biggest Obamacare exchange without getting financial assistance will face big price increases.
Scammers take advantage of vulnerability as millions of Americans wait for their chip credit cards to arrive, NBC News reports.
A $100 trillion risk to the global economy is being ignored by most investors. Does that include you?
A reptilian revolution has the potential to reshape manufacturing.
China's easing of the one-baby rule may not be enough to cure its slowing fertility rate and aging population problem.
Reimbursement shortfalls are hurting slews of start-up companies that launched along with Obamacare. Here's how some are tackling the future.
The shortage of truck drivers in the U.S. is driving salaries higher, with gains up to 12 percent over the past year.
Economic woes should not be discounted, but something less sinister is also contributing to the industry's muted forecasts: Early birds.