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Boomers who are supporting their adult children are often putting off retirement as a result, according to a new survey.
On the heels of massive store closings, here are the companies that announced the greatest number of new locations in 2014.
Forget actual knowledge about basketball. Tech-savvy sports fans construct algorithms to make March Madness predictions——for a $15,000 prize.
Homebuyers are out in force in Seattle, but limited inventory may make it tricky for them.
Are we in a collectible car bubble? This week's Amelia Island auctions will put this to the test.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal sits with CNBC's John Harwood to talk about ambition, Islamic extremism and the timidity of fellow GOPers.
CEO Martin Winterkorn has almost accomplished his goal of making Volkswagen the world's No. 1 automaker.
The dollar-euro parity signifies an ongoing trend in changing money supplies and disparate global central bank policies.
Peltz said DuPont CEO and Chair Ellen Kullman had offered to place one of Trian's nominees on the board. But Peltz balked.
Controversy around Common Core hasn't stopped companies like Pearson, McGraw-Hill and Apple from cashing in on huge education contracts.
It's unlikely that Adrian Peterson will be suspended again, but expect the next NFL domestic violence offender to get a much harsher penalty.
The founder of an investment firm is raising money for a private equity fund geared toward direct investment in Cuba.
In a move designed to capture audiences worldwide, HBO announced that it will simultaneously air this show's latest season in more than 170 countries.
A mix of models topped the charts in the U.S. News and World Report "Best Cars for Families" annual awards.
Bank expert Dick Bove tells investors what to expect from the second round of the Fed's bank stress test.
Drew and Jonathan Scott, the reality star twins behind HGTV's "The Property Brothers," tell CNBC what it takes to profit from buying and renovating.
It's not all burgers and fries these days at fast food joints as chains fight to meet shifting consumer tastes.
One important variable in crafting a financial plan is the state of the client's health—and his or her attitude toward taking care of it.
A Japanese employee at a Seiko store claims she was told to skip work one day to avoid offending the visiting Japanese matriarch of the company.
Voters think some candidates represent the past rather than the future, an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll finds.