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In one respect, the Oracle of Omaha is having his first truly disappointing year since 1990.
After the Paris attacks, border security and immigration along with terrorist groups like ISIS are the two top election concerns, according to data from Fluent.
The process for admitting refugees into the United States is much stricter than those applied to workers or tourists.
On the verge of an IPO, Square is facing a slew of competitors crowding the market for payments processing systems.
Here are 10 out-of-the-box gift ideas your loved one will never forget.
The budget deal takes a stab at shoring up the Social Security Disability Insurance fund, but it won't stop this leakage.
Jay Leno shares his thoughts on whether American collectors will flood the market to bring Havana's classic cars back stateside.
Save on taxes this year by employing these savvy tactics, from harvesting investment losses to donating to charities, by Dec. 31.
The latest crop of ETFs includes two that allow investors to make leveraged bets on corporate hacking attacks.
Yellen called the proposed law a "grave mistake," that would undermine Fed policy and the greater U.S. economy.
Some drone producers expect big sales of the unmanned craft this holiday season as more retail giants offer them.
Hacker group Anonymous responded to Paris attacks by posting video declaration of cyber warfare against the Daesh.
The format isn't new, but it's becoming the go-to language for how millennials communicate via text. Naturally, brands are noticing.
Misleading posts began circulating on social media in the aftermath of the Paris attacks and should not be believed.
Should allocations freeze at the retirement date, get more conservative, or is there a more customized solution? Experts weigh in.
By the end of next year, Taco Bell plans to serve only cage-free eggs at its restaurants.
Billionaire Warren Buffett tells CNBC the terrorist attacks in Paris won't change his investment decisions.
The Paris attacks are not likely to be a catalyst that would deter the Fed from raising interest rates, unless financial conditions deteriorate.
More S&P 500 corporations are reducing climate risks in their business practices, according to a CDP report released Monday.
One burger joint was losing $5,000 a month until the owners reinvented the restaurant with a more gourmet concept.