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Halloween coincides with the time of the year that Tinseltown normally floods screens with slasher/horror movies that rake in big money.
Franchises have been lucrative for entrepreneurs, but also have a high default rate. Here are 10 big franchises that faced financial ruin.
The hotel industry expects to haul in $65 million from the New York marathon, but it has competition in the form of Airbnb, the home-sharing site.
Film could be to photography what vinyl is to music, both in terms of still photography and motion pictures.
Limits have lifted on how much individual donors can give in a two-year election cycle if they use a special joint fundraising committee.
New York City's theater industry is embracing mobile technology as a way to offer audiences richer interactive experiences on and off Broadway.
Jeff Allen of CNBC’s “The Car Chasers” tells us which cars you'll want in your garage when the world is populated by flesh-eating ghouls.
The Upper East Side townhouse used in the film "Breakfast at Tiffany's" has gone on sale for $8 million, the Daily Mail reported.
As awkward moments go during the celebrations of sports championships, the "Chevy Guy" presenting the World Series MVP with a truck is up there.
San Francisco's housing market may see a slight dip but limited supply and the tech economy continue to bolster the region.
Sen. Ted Cruz, a tea party favorite, tells CNBC the only way the GOP can win the presidency in 2016 is to run a strong conservative candidate.
Barney Frank says Tim Cook's announcement that he's gay is "extraordinarily important" in the effort to break down prejudices and stereotypes.
New York City's health department said a doctor being treated for Ebola "cooperated fully" with officials, dismissing a report that he initially lied.
Millennials are shying away from credit cards, but plastic is a great way to build a credit history. Here's what to look for in a card.
Think it's just tiny island nations that climate change will wash away? A UN report indicates a quarter of global GDP is at risk.
School hours and curfews have compressed trick-or-treating timeframes, forcing kids to strategize for maximum candy collection.
Mortgage rates bumped decidedly back over 4 percent last week, causing a drop in both mortgage applications to refinance and to purchase a home.
Years of record-breaking market highs have led investors to forget that accepting risk is inherent in any long-term investment strategy.
Although many consumers said they're concerned about their data, 56 percent will still shop at retailers that experienced a data breach.
As the Fed gets set to stop QE, Wall Street is already speculating it could crank up a new bond-buying program to take its place if the economy sours.