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More projects in the Empire State are incorporating solar technology into urban designs.
Flying to Moscow can be cheaper than Miami these days—and you won't even need to visit in the winter.
Financial resolutions are no easy feat, but they are manageable. Here are four to keep in mind in 2015 and beyond.
Once the Motown of Latin music before falling off the map, Fania Records has come full circle thanks to the rise of digital music.
Investors hungry for yield have latched on to "the Dogs of the Dow" strategy, which pays off more often than not.
Conventional wisdom says that fast food portions are growing bigger and bigger and bigger. It's also wrong, two new reports found.
One newsman's plea to Corporate America to please, for the love of news, pick one name and stick to it!
Peek into the future of bank branches and you won't see many bankers.
Many young tech executives give up a fat paycheck to risk it all for start-up success. And they don't live to regret it.
As 2014 wound down, the banking industry received a couple of gifts from regulators.
The Dow will have more difficulty touching 20,000 in 2015 than hitting 18,000 this year, Wharton's Jeremy Siegel tells CNBC.
First-time buyers sat on the sidelines in 2014, and most of the sales action was on the high end. That may be about to change in the new year.
Next year is shaping up to be one of those rare times when strong economic growth is accompanied by low interest rates, the perfect mix for housing.
A look at five trends that experts predict will shape the retail world in the coming year.
Sales of million- and multimillion-dollar homes are soaring. Contrary to popular belief, it is not all foreign cash fueling the frenzy.
Categorizing shoppers by their age, sex and net worth isn't enough to get a real gauge on luxury buyers.
Energy expert Stephen Schork says bets for oil below $30 per barrel have skyrocketed in the past two weeks.
Historically, stocks go up in January as people start buying again. But is the January Effect still real?
Surprisingly, millionaires are an ally in the minimum-wage battle to pay America's working poor more, according to a recent survey.
Feeling that holiday spending hangover? You have plenty of company. And luckily, experts have plenty of tips to get you back in shape.