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Wall Street has a message for CEOs: Start spending all that cash, and not on what the activists want.
As Texas Roadhouse looks for additional growth beyond its flagship casual dining chain, it has quietly opened a new fast-food restaurant.
After the success of the Rich Kids of Instagram, it was inevitable that the world of online bling bragging would go to the dogs.
Your next Waffle House order could be on the house if you're ready to entrust your stuff to a stranger or haul someone else's things around.
The divorce of billionaire hedgie Ken Griffin now reveals a request for a $450,000 vacation.
Veteran fund manager Mark Mobius is still upbeat about investing in Greece and is confident about the new government's ability to implement reforms.
The normally chummy relationship Yellen's central bank has with Wall Street hit a bump last week.
A disturbing number of Americans have more credit card debt than emergency savings, a new study finds.
Marc Winterhoff sees the great auto shake out coming over the next 15-20 years. That's when self-driving, or autonomous drive, vehicles will take off.
Investors don't seem to be overly optimistic about stocks, and that's a "very bullish" sign, longtime market bull Tom Lee tells CNBC.
There's no doubt many businesses across the U.S. have suffered greatly from this year's winter storms. But not everybody.
The crash in crude prices has some governments taking a hard look at costly subsidies that have kept gas pump prices artificially low.
As the strike enters its fourth week, more information is needed to assess its economic impact, one expert said Monday.
If you love writing about music, Apple may have the perfect job for you.
Noa Mintz is a freshman in high school, and she's taking the New York City childcare scene by storm with her start-up Nannies by Noa.
World of Money, a NYC based non-profit, immerses urban kids with a curriculum steeped in finance and technology.
The man who heads an organization devoted to boosting artificial intelligence research thinks fears about the technology are overblown.
One condominium owner has a unique incentive to make a unit for sale more appealing: a year's worth of free Uber rides, for up to $5,000.
Terror in Copenhagen and Paris has renewed an old debate: should free speech countries adopt or strengthen blasphemy laws?
MGM Chairman and CEO Jim Murren says the volatility in China's gaming sector isn't going away soon, but the company can manage.