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If you are a millennial debating whether to buy a home, now may be a particularly good time.
Only a small minority of eligible taxpayers are aware of this key retirement-related tax benefit.
Roni Di Lullo created Doggles when she realized her border collie, Midknight, needed eye protection. Today sales are $3 million.
Fishbowl, a restaurant data firm, compiled a list of up-and-coming brands that it thinks will take the food industry by storm.
Last year was the worst year for IPO returns in the last 20 years, but which year was the best?
In a heated debate at Mobile World Congress executives from Google and Yahoo clashed with Shine's chief marketing officer over ad-blocking.
Parents are establishing their kids' online identities way before they can sign up for their own profiles.
There are some serious problems with Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari's plan to break up big banks, says Dick Bove.
It turns out universal preschool has had major financial implications for working parents.
Negative interest rates has become the equivalent of central bankers serving one ice cream sundae too many to the world economy, says Rick Rieder.
Despite three years of a solid recovery in home prices, a surprising number of homeowners don't realize what they've gained, says loanDepot.
For some start-ups taking on Uber and Lyft, the road to growth is paved with happy drivers.
Niche funds, riskier but potentially outperforming traditional ETFs, let investors tilt for more income, tax efficiency or rate protection.
Many of the nominees up for a Grammy didn't actually score a win, but those artists will still reap benefits from the award show's bump.
Linda Mallers, a Wisconsin mother of four, tells CNBC how she turned a P.T.A fundraiser into a business that helps local farmers.
North Korea, whose nuclear ambitions have been the fulcrum of security concerns for years, may be a threat in more ways than one.
First Response now has a pregnancy test tied to a health app that helps users manage their stress as it monitors hormone levels. What next?
New telehealth apps offer round-the-clock access to doctors and therapists. Are they healthy for your wallet, too?
If things in the marker seem scary, maybe that’s because they are scary. That’s the message from one widely followed fixed income investor.
Remember "Goldilocks," that pristine condition where growth was strong but not so strong as to induce tighter Fed policy? Well, meet her evil twin.