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It's time for financial advisors ignoring social media to get over it. You don't need to post snarky tweets; you do need a social presence.
There's a new mortgage crisis brewing — only this one is completely different than the one in 2008, says bank analyst Dick Bove.
With the launch of Apple Watch, this is expected to be the year wearables break through. Here are the 10 wearable tech toys worth watching.
After the success of the Rich Kids of Instagram, it was inevitable that the world of online bling bragging would go to the dogs.
Millennials are more likely to rent than to own, but most don't have renters insurance. That could be a costly mistake.
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.
A disturbing number of Americans have more credit card debt than emergency savings, a new study finds.
How much would it cost to get the same look as the top best dressed at the Oscars this year? CNBC's Landon Dowdy breaks down the numbers.
The tooth fairy left $255 million under pillows in 2014 and averaged $4.36 per lost tooth, according to a study by Delta Dental.
The normally chummy relationship Yellen's central bank has with Wall Street hit a bump last week.
A tanker truck holding nearly 10,000 gallons of fuel overturned and caught fire on a southern New Jersey highway Monday morning.
The British royal family is offering one lucky person the opportunity to work for them.
A blast of freezing air is setting cold weather records in some parts of the US. Here is where the mercury is in cities around the country.
Think saving for retirement is hard? Try planning how to draw down those funds. But these experts can help.
The dark comedy "Birdman" won the film industry's highest recognition on Sunday, the Academy Award for best picture.
CNBC takes a look at some of the most iconic mobile phones of the last 30 years...
The Nasdaq has hit 5,000 for the first time since March 2000. There are signs of froth aplenty, but here's why it's not like the late 90's bubble.
With rising costs, higher deductibles and fewer in network doctors, many consumers want to take more control of their health care.
Arizona invited a slew of business VIPs to the Super Bowl, underscoring how sporting events double as junkets for movers and shakers.
CNBC takes a look at some of the more unknown facts about the Academy Awards.