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On the eve of the #TwitterRevolution, we've gathered a collection of the best CNBC clips on Vine.
School may be out, but summer can offer a teachable moment if children use their allowances the right way. Here's how.
The NetNet TV gang debate whether Detroit deserves a bailout.
CBS Chief Executive Les Moonves fired back at Time Warner Cable, pulling out harsh language to reject the cable company's latest overture in their dispute over broadcasting fees.
Polo has often had a stuffy reputation. But one London-based technology consultant is now looking to introduce the British to Segway polo, a revamped form of the game.
So what separates the winners from the losers? In some regards, it's as simple as seeing a great opportunity, seizing it and putting it into action with hard work.
The US carpet industry creates 1.4 billion pounds of waste per year, but there’s a way to pull the rug out from under the landfill.
CNBC's Carl Quintanilla gathered a group of Torrington High School students to talk about the rape case that shocked the town.
Few things strike a nerve with fans and the media as player salaries do. Who are this year's highest-paid players in each US team sport? Click ahead to find out.
Innovation, flexible hours and employee engagement are among the factors used by this year's winners of the Sloan Awards for Excellence in Workplace Effectiveness and Flexibility.
Obama's veto of a ban on the import of older iPhone and iPad models is likely to change the way tech companies do battle over patent infringement. Here's why.
Many domestic auto plants are operating above 100 percent of straight-time, two-shift capacity, forcing manufacturers to look at their options.
Investors took profits in July on fears about the Federal Reserve's expected tapering, according to TD Ameritrade data.
Showcasing the latest in the big business of skimpy, several designers were featured during the second edition of Lingerie Fashion Week.
When UNC-Chapel Hill launched its online MBA program two years ago, tuition cost $89,000—the same as the old-fashioned way. That may have been a bargain.
Many governments have too much debt and "too generous public pensions," said Glenn Hubbard, the Columbia Business School dean who advised Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential campaign.
Amid the Major League Baseball doping scandal, many fans are reacting in two ways: a wide yawn and a quick flash of their credit cards to gobble up more games and gear.
Video shows the Virginia Avenue Bridge in Indianapolis getting hit by multiple tall trucks. In all, seven area bridges have been hit more than 400 times. Bad GPS may be to blame.
China's Singles' Day had online sales of $4 billion last year, driven by the growing middle class. But the real power is Internet giant Alibaba, which co-opted the holiday to cause consumers hysteria.
Bad spring weather and a sluggish economy were cited by brewers for the recent poor sales of some of their light beer brands. But a couple of new surveys suggest consumers may just be growing tired of the taste of light beer and moving on.