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As the deadline nears for 2014 IRA contributions, brokers want your business. They really, really want it.
Effective savings strategies and a healthy lifestyle can help create a cushion in your retirement nest egg for future health-care needs.
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Days after Wal-Mart announced pay raises, TJX said that it, too, will boost hourly wages.
Diageo is putting electronic stickers on its whiskey bottles which will be able to communicate directly with drinkers' smartphones.
Shares of Hewlett-Packard tumbled on disappointing earnings, but CEO Meg Whitman tells CNBC the company is in good shape compared to the recent past.
The nascent industry of bitcoin derivatives got a high-profile boost on Wednesday, as a London-based trading platform was launched by ex-employees of some of the world's leading investment banks.
A look at eight areas where a so-so credit score—anything under 720—can impact how you'll pay, or whether you get to "play" at all.
A few of the highest rated companies may surprise you.
Wall Street has a message for CEOs: Start spending all that cash, and not on what the activists want.
As Texas Roadhouse looks for additional growth beyond its flagship casual dining chain, it has quietly opened a new fast-food restaurant.
After the success of the Rich Kids of Instagram, it was inevitable that the world of online bling bragging would go to the dogs.
Your next Waffle House order could be on the house if you're ready to entrust your stuff to a stranger or haul someone else's things around.
The divorce of billionaire hedgie Ken Griffin now reveals a request for a $450,000 vacation.
Veteran fund manager Mark Mobius is still upbeat about investing in Greece and is confident about the new government's ability to implement reforms.
The normally chummy relationship Yellen's central bank has with Wall Street hit a bump last week.
A disturbing number of Americans have more credit card debt than emergency savings, a new study finds.
Marc Winterhoff sees the great auto shake out coming over the next 15-20 years. That's when self-driving, or autonomous drive, vehicles will take off.
Investors don't seem to be overly optimistic about stocks, and that's a "very bullish" sign, longtime market bull Tom Lee tells CNBC.