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If the life of an elderly wealthy family member extends into 2013, the tax bills will be substantially higher.
Despite strong sales early on, the "fiscal cliff" left shoppers hanging on the edge.
Mom-and-pop investors may be coming off the sidelines just as the pros are ready to take a breather, setting up a dicey start for 2013.
Increasing demand in the auto industry is leading some traders to place bets on a lesser known metal.
They may not be sexy or exciting to drive, but a new study by Consumer Reports says hybrids offer the best value for those buying a new vehicle.
Investors should sell ahead of Jan. 1, OptionMonster's Jon Najarian says.
To provide all Americans with health insurance, premiums will have to rise to pay for it, Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini told CNBC on Wednesday.
Americans are largely satisfied with the way their health benefits are chosen and paid for, but wish they had more flexibility, according to a new survey from the Employee Benefit Research Institute.
Starbucks will use its ubiquitous coffee cups to tell U.S. lawmakers to come up with a deal to avoid going over the "fiscal cliff'' and triggering automatic tax hikes and spending cuts.
In Montana's oil country, some teenagers are choosing the oil fields over universities, forgoing higher education for jobs with salaries that can start at $50,000 a year.
Apple has obtained three new patents that could change the face of portable devices, as well as those made by other companies.
Facebook's Instagram has been hit with what appears to be the first civil lawsuit to result from changed service terms that prompted howls of protest.
Japan's Nikkei stock average could rally nearly 30 percent in 2013 due to an aggressive push to reflate the economy under the country's new premier, the chief executive of Daiwa Securities Group told Reuters.
The quest for yield is sending investors into some unusual places.
The actions of the next several days could determine whether the U.S. economy's improvement continues or hits the "fiscal cliff."
Sales associates can't explain why customers haven't shown up this holiday season. Shoppers seem to be: a) procrastinating more this year; or b) are just not in the mood.
Bill Gross has devised four ways individuals can beat the “wealth tax” –- i.e. higher dividends and capital gains. In an interview with The Daily Ticker he outlines his proposals.
Now what? With the "fiscal cliff" talks stalemated and the deadline days away, where do Obama and Congress go from here? Here are some possible scenarios.
Yoga rooms, free global phone calls, booze to go and improved food options are included as top new airport amenities in 2012.
Home prices and home buyer confidence are rising in tandem, as the housing recovery appears to be gaining steam