An economist at the St. Louis Fed has conjured up quite a storm of controversy with his claim that quantitative easing could be deflationary.» Read More
From Beverly Hills mansion to beach house to penthouse, these are the most expensive rentals on the market.
The December numbers beat expectations by a lot and sent the stocks of the public home builders higher and prompted housing analysts to exclaim bullish headlines, but here's what they failed to mention.
Zong Fuli, the daughter of beverage magnate Zong Qinghou, complains men simply want her for her money.
The "new normal" of slow economic growth, high unemployment and government debt problems could be over soon, Pimco's Mohamed El-Erian told CNBC on Thursday.
Mega-broker Dolly Lenz has sold over $8.5 billion dollars in high-end properties owned by clients like Barbra Streisand and Billy Joel. Now she's sharing inside tips with you.
As the financial crisis in Europe and the U.S. forces governments to reduce budgets, entitlement policies have been cut and income inequality has increased.
In a departure from recent times, the Davos gathering will be dominated by the U.S. fiscal crisis rather than Europe's.
In the hunt for total return this year, Barbara Marcin of GAMCO Investors reveals her top stock picks.
Executives of the Business Roundtable are urging Congress to raise the Social Security and Medicare age eligibility to 70, from the current 67.
While Washington bickers over how to balance the budget, the governor of Utah said Congress should pay attention to his state because he is "doing it right."
Pacific Crest Securities makes a case against owning Apple by theorizing that just about everyone in the world who could pay for an iPhone already owns one.
Authorities in Williston, N.D., say that crimes against women have increased in this area, where single men greatly outnumber single women. The New York Times reports.
United Airlines becomes the first U.S. airline to offer overseas Wi-Fi. Prices range from $3.99 to $19.99.
The government has a "spending problem" and that needs to change, former House Majority Leader Richard Gephardt told CNBC.
One in four Americans is borrowing against a 401(k) to pay for non-retirement needs such as mortgages, credit card debt or college tuition, according to a new study.
How politicians even explain the way the government spends money depends on what party they belong to and whether that party holds the White House or Congress.
Dunkin' CEO Nigel Travis told CNBC Wednesday the company will be opening new franchises there in 2015.
Steve Liesman and Andrew Ross Sorkin discuss staying warm in twelve degree weather (hat or no hat...) at Davos.
Gov. Tom Corbett has a secret weapon when it comes to economic growth but now it's facing a serious challenge.
The '60s generation is discovering that college towns offer stimulating — and low-cost — places to retire.