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New York state's medicinal marijuana program has begun, and companies awarded licenses say a rush of initial patients was not expected.
With a $1.4 billion Powerball jackpot up for grabs on Wednesday, billionaire Mark Cuban has some tips should a winner emerge.
A federal judge has agreed to further delay a class-action settlement involving Remington rifles to allow more time to develop a better plan to alert the public.
With the Chinese stock markets mounting a shaky start to the new year, could it mean dead unicorns in the Chinese start-up scene?
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A report that raises questions about a junk bond fund run by Avenue Capital Group was "misleading," Avenue boss Marc Lasry told CNBC.
The ultimate bachelor pad is up for sale — with the ultimate former bachelor included — Hugh Hefner.
Alcoa is doing a good job managing the difficult world economic environment and slump in commodities prices, vulture investor Wilbur Ross tells CNBC.
Many jobs created in the U.S. came from low-paying sectors, particularly retail, professional services and food services.
Seeing their kids off to college is a dream many parents share, but co-signing the student loan can have nightmarish consequences.
What would you do with $1.4 billion? That might be a question you have to answer if you pull the winning ticket to Wednesday's Powerball jackpot.
While most jobs are stressful, the most extreme gigs are dangerous and unpredictable, according to a report by job-search site CareerCast.
As the world says goodbye, CNBC takes a look back at David Bowie's illustrious career.
Peloton, the stationary bike that lets people ride along with streaming classes, wants to give clients a workout-from-home option.
A growing chorus of economists and currency strategists suggests the weakness in the yuan may not be as scary as some believe.
Despite the big sell-off to start the year, a market participant says stocks are still expensive, expects another plunge in the S&P.
The demographic and ideological differences between those who favor or oppose gun laws remain rather high.
Data from Cardlytics shows which types of gyms are the best and worst for new year resolutions.
Mount Sinai Hospital's CEO told CNBC that while Obamacare survived a repeal attempt, it's locked in a tough game of numbers.