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Billionaire investor Stanley Druckenmiller has once again warned that the easy money policies of recent years could lead to big problems.
Comic book fans, both blind and sighted, are asking Netflix to provide audio descriptions for "Daredevil," a show about a blind superhero.
The government has appointed Comerica as administrator for President Obama's myRA savings scheme but no private employers have signed up.
Lynn Tilton may be trying to tear up the playbook of American securities regulation. A number of legal eagles say she might have a point.
As a non-incumbent, Hillary Clinton has one of the strongest chance to win the White House. That doesn't mean she will win. Here's why.
A Beverly Hills firm finances divorces in exchange for a cut of any settlement. It's not a loan. It's an investment.
The United Nations' $52 billion pension fund is getting close to investing in hedge funds for the first time.
Rob Manfred, the commissioner of baseball, addresses Pete Rose's reinstatement request, and whether gambling and steroid offenses should be treated equally.
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The average taxpayer spent 16 hours preparing his return this year. By planning ahead, you can spend less time and save money next year.
With student loans a financial albatross for many recent college graduates, it pays to know how you can get your student loans forgiven.
Financial services firm Edward Jones found 45 percent of workers are not saving for retirement, with young people the worst offenders.
Analysts tell CNBC this beaten-up retailer could be set for an upside surprise this year as discount shoppers spend gas savings.
2015 earnings will be better than forecasts suggest because companies are under-promising in order to over-deliver, Brian Belski tells CNBC.
One fantasy sports start-up says that the number of weekly users for its golf product has grown tenfold over the last year.