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Sorkin shares his thoughts on bitcoin, the return of Occupy Wall Street and Miley Cyrus.
The CEO of gadget-buyback website Gazelle said there was a surge in iPad and Samsung phone swaps after Black Friday, which could be good for Apple.
Companies splashing out on Christmas parties for their staff shouldn't bother, according to new research, as most employees would prefer the cash.
The offering marked the second year the coffee chain has partnered with daily deal site Gilt.com to sell the cards.
The Venezuelan capital of Caracas has overtaken Tokyo to become the most expensive city for expatriates, according to a new ranking.
A ban on the use of cryptocurrencies cannot be ruled out, although China’s latest rulings are an acknowledges the growing use of digital currencies.
McDonald's has committed yet another employee advice blunder, listing on its worker resource website pricey suggestions for holiday tipping.
Influential investor Dennis Gartman told CNBC that to raise the minimum wage would be a "very bad decision."
Lululemon said it is implausible to believe it intended to sell hundreds of thousands of nearly sheer yoga pants and hope consumers wouldn't notice.
Investors are turning hobbies and interests into cash. From art and comics to racehorses and wine, here’s a look at some popular alternative assets.
A California woman says her Google Glass activated when she looked up at a police officer after he pulled her over.
Even if you have $1.4 million to buy a LaFerrari, you probably can't get it. The supercar's sold out.
"East Wind Over Weehawken," by Edward Hopper, is about to go on the auction block at Christie's for the first time.
Break out the stemware. Willie Robertson of the megahit TV reality show has announced a line of wines made in Napa.
It may be time to lock in rates, as the average 30-year-fixed mortgage jumped to 4.5 percent Monday.
Apple's stock has taken a lot of hits this year. But the company is set for a big comeback in 2014, said Steve Milunovich, a technology analyst at UBS.
Nieman Marcus's Christmas Book isn't just a marketing gimmick anymore. Nieman's CEO said they actually sell half the fantasy gifts in the book each year.
The key issue for Mexico's oil reform isn't privatization, it's whether it will open the industry to international companies, says Dan Yergin.
This week, the largest-known private collection of memorabilia from the Lord of the Rings films will be auctioned in Beverly Hills.
If the Fed's still not worried about inflation, they really ought to take a look at dancing ladies and leaping lords.