Geopolitical shocks are affecting gold prices. If you want to invest in the safe-haven metal, you have a range of options to choose from.» Read More
CNBC's Herb Greenberg reveals his worst CEO pick for 2012. And the winner is...
Many airport hotels offer day rooms for travelers on long layovers looking for a place to freshen up, often at discounted rates.
One expert names those top execs who excelled in the high-stakes rescue, restructuring and reinvention roles.
NYC and Yelp have partnered to promote small merchants that have reopened after Sandy. An interactive map showcases small businesses, reopened after the hurricane.
U.S. regulators and exchanges are getting closer to a framework for a "kill switch" that could be used to shut down trading before software glitches wreak havoc on markets.
A new report shows that 150,000 mostly wealthy Chinese emigrated in 2011, costing the country jobs and economic growth.
Applications for gun permits will spike in the wake of the Newtown, Connecticut.
On Monday, Nielsen and Twitter announced a new rating which aims to give programmers and advertisers more information about the so-called "second screen"—i.e. all that tweeting about television shows on Twitter.
It may be time to reconsider an assault weapons ban after the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut, Sen. Joe Manchin, a West Virginia Democrat and member of the NRA, told CNBC.
The NRA has scaled down its social media presence in the wake of the tragic school shooting in Newton, Conn.
CNBC's Jane Wells checked in with an owner of an upscale olive oil business. Unable to secure a loan, an angel investor has offered capital. Is this a new lending trend?
Some small web-based firms are betting that young, tech-savvy savers won't pay for a traditional adviser to manage their money.
The U.S. economy will stay on a moderate growth path in 2012 amid weak consumer spending and business investment, a new survey published on Monday said.
The fiscal cliff may be the least of the U.S.'s long-term worries. Events are conspiring to prompt investors to lose their appetite for U.S. assets.
"It’s super risky, admitted the Mad Money host, “but it has the potential for rack up major gains.”
According to the FBI, burglaries accounted for approximately $4.8 billion in lost property in the U.S. in 2011. Read ahead to see the 10 cities with the most burglaries.
Before investing in money markets, portfolio manager Tony Crescenzi cautions these funds are now under new pressure.
Law school applications have fallen off, largely due to a diminished job market for new lawyers. Right now may actually be the best time in years to go to law school.
A third of workers will fail to spend their use-it-or-lose-it flexible spending accounts (FSA) for healthcare, according to a study by WageWorks.
As ancient doomsday predictions draw near, hotels and restaurants are launching tongue-in-cheek promotions to profit from the fiery apocalypse forecasts surrounding Dec. 21, one Mayan Calendar's end date.