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Breakfast staples face surging prices Fri, 21 Mar '14 | 1:33 PM ET

Increases in food prices are forcing shoppers to find deals and cut back, especially on breakfast staples like bacon, coffee and orange juice.

Stupid things employers ask job candidates Thu, 20 Mar '14 | 7:11 AM ET

Many of the common questions people ask in job interviews aren't actually that helpful in predicting how well a person will do in a job, experts say.

Voters leave a polling station after having casted their vote in Venice, Italy

The number of regions striving for independence is growing: this week Venetians have been voting on breaking away from Italy, albeit in a referendum not recognized by the authorities.

Why there’s no such thing as bad publicity Tue, 18 Mar '14 | 1:56 PM ET

There’s nothing like a little controversy to spark interest in your business. Here are some companies that prove there’s no such thing as bad publicity.

Bove bullish on banks after stress tests Thu, 20 Mar '14 | 6:06 PM ET

Financial stocks have room to double from current levels, Dick Bove said Thursday on CNBC.

Internships are one way to get a job. But some companies are better than others at hiring their interns for full-time positions, says a new survey.

Turney Duff

For one trader, life on Wall Street's buy side was full of excess. But 15 years on the buy side was enough.

Turney Duff

CNBC.com contributor Turney Duff talks about his lavish former life on the buy side of Wall Street and how it compares to his more modest living today.

Tesla’s bet on winning the global lithium race Wed, 19 Mar '14 | 12:52 PM ET
A battery awaits installation in a Model S sedan at Tesla's assembly plant in Fremont, Calif.

Tesla’s Gigafactory will turn an innovative carmaker into another kind of company: a metals market supply-chain manager of lithium and cobalt.

Gov. Chris Christie

A new study says the wealthy are fleeing New Jersey for lower-tax states like Florida and Pennsylvania.

Real 'Wolf of Wall Street': Buy this strategy Wed, 19 Mar '14 | 6:18 PM ET
Jordan Belfort and Leonardo DiCaprio

Jordan Belfort, the real "Wolf of Wall Street" is back selling something. This time, however, it's all legal.

Copies of U.S. President Barack Obama's Fiscal Year 2015 Budget.

Obama's proposed 2015 budget, reducing tax incentives for small businesses to offer retirement plans to employees, may harm Americans' savings plans.

Ron Paul to Fed: Hands off interest rates! Wed, 19 Mar '14 | 9:27 AM ET
Ron Paul

The ability to change interest rates is too much power for any one person, former Republican congressman Ron Paul told CNBC.

Howard Schultz, left, chairman and CEO of Starbucks Coffee Company, clinks tea cups with Oprah Winfrey, right, to announce their partnership to offer Teavana Oprah Chai tea, Wednesday, March 19, 2014, at Starbucks' annual shareholders meeting in Seattle.

Oprah Winfrey unveiled her new chai tea drink. The beverage will be sold at Starbucks and Teavana, which was recently bought by the coffee company.

Porsche warning: 911 GT3s can catch fire.

All 2014 model year 911 GT3 sports cars are affected. Owners have been told to stop driving them because they could catch fire.

An unidentified man posing for a photo with two Tibetan mastiffs after they were sold at a 'luxury pet' fair in Hangzhou, in eastern China's Zhejiang province.

A golden-haired Tibetan mastiff puppy has reportedly been sold for a whopping $2 million in China, potentially making it the world's most expensive dog.

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar eyes Milwaukee Bucks Wed, 19 Mar '14 | 12:27 PM ET
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar of the Milwaukee Bucks in 1969.

If the Milwaukee Bucks are up for sale, NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar said he'd like to be a part of it.

Here come the 'Chinese Beatles'! Wed, 19 Mar '14 | 2:34 PM ET
Mayday's five members pose in a still from their recent music video "Step by Step." From left, Guan You (drummer), Masa (bassist), Monster (guitarist), Ashin (vocalist) and Stone(guitarist).

A band known as the "Chinese Beatles" is about to hit U.S. shores. (Cue the screaming girls.) Is this the beginning of a "Chinese Invasion" of music?

Map showing the expanded areas of search for the MH370 flight that went missing early Saturday in mid-flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

The investigation into the disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines plane, has presented some twists and turns. Here's a timeline of the announcements.

Workers' retirement confidence has recovered from record lows of the past five years, showing an increase in 2014. But that's not the whole story.

Cook: New book slamming Apple is 'nonsense' Tue, 18 Mar '14 | 3:52 PM ET
Apple CEO, Tim Cook.

Tim Cook has issued a statement about a new book about the tech giant called, "Haunted Empire," saying it is "nonsense."

The owner of seven franchised McDonald's restaurants in Manhattan agreed to pay almost $500,000 to workers who were required to work 'off the clock.'

GoldieBlox

Toymaker GoldieBlox, which was featured in a Super Bowl ad, has settled its lawsuit with the Beastie Boys.

Cramer: This stock has become the new Apple Tue, 18 Mar '14 | 11:25 AM ET

Citing a report from Goldman Sachs, CNBC's Jim Cramer breaks down just how disruptive experts think Tesla can become.

Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett is offering $1 billion to anyone who will fill the perfect NCAA tournament bracket. But the odds and numbers are in his favor.

Silent no more, El-Erian takes to Twitter Mon, 17 Mar '14 | 12:10 PM ET
Mohamed El-Erian

The former co-CEO of the Newport Beach, Calif., bond giant posted his first tweet Monday morning at around 10 a.m. to announce his presence.

Kermit the Frog waves after ringing the opening bell at the NYSE on March 17, 2014.

Kermit the Frog tells CNBC he's not insulted about Wall Street's "muppet" investors.

Collections from New York's so-called mansion tax—a 1 percent levy on homes sold for $1 million—reached a record $259 million in 2012-2013.

Screen image from Sony's "Infamous Second Son"

Sony will release the third installment "Infamous: Second Son" this Friday. Analysts say that Sony could spend hundreds of millions on the game.

Hawaii's high prices may be putting a chill on the state's tourism industry. NBC News reports.