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One private equity investor in franchise start-ups reveals how he built his empire and how he plans to pay it forward.
The fact that no group has claimed responsibility for last week's EgyptAir crash could mean it was a catastrophic accident. It could also mean something scarier for airlines and travelers.
Retirement can easily span several decades, but these five years can make or break your finances. Here's your playbook for them.
Total debt among more than 2,000 nonfinancial companies swelled to $6.6 trillion in 2015, dwarfing the $1.84 trillion in cash on their balance sheets.
Here's when veteran trader Dennis Gartman says you should consider buying gold.
The Fed has a "small window to start normalizing," and "they intend to take advantage of it," Mohamed El-Erian tells CNBC.
Investors should go overweight equities, but look outside the U.S., Katie Koch, a portfolio management chief at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, said.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson interviews portfolio managers John Maloney, David Pearl and Nick Galluccio about energy-stock bets in today's market.
Unwanted robocalls continue to ring off the hook and pester consumers. But are they all bad?
A new study finds that consumers who are good with numbers tend to be wealthier, yet math skills don't replace financial literacy.
A new study suggests you might want to bring hand sanitizer on your next car ride, because taxis, rental cars and rideshares are full of germs.
A top Warner Brothers executive explains why studios are embracing darker themes in comic book movies, even if it's not kid-friendly.
Forget models in magazines. Consumers are buying goods and services based on what they see in their Instagram feed, recent trends suggest.
Two bond investors explain why they own Venezuelan debt despite the country's problems.
Herbal remedies, used around the world, are thought of as largely innocuous alternatives to conventional medicine. They aren't, say two doctors.
A group called the Niger Delta Avengers has claimed responsibility for attacks on oil infrastructure that have sent Nigeria's crude output plummeting.