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The dollar has been in a funk and is not likely to shake it until Washington resolves the budget and debt ceiling crises.
Investors are now able to own a piece of the Empire State Building as shares of its owner begin trading on the NYSE. So who rents there?
Con artists combine psychology and a kind of magic to find the right mark, devise the best deception and gain their victim's trust.
Professional T-shirt wearer Jason HeadsetsDotCom is sharing his entrepreneurial secrets — and blowing up the self-publishing model.
Many small businesses may find it's more economical to pay a fine and have employees buy insurance on the Obamacare exchanges, but will they leap?
A new report says that many watersheds in the U.S. are seriously stressed, with demand for water exceeding the natural supply of the resource.
Lobbying for Larry Summers as Fed chairman should have happened earlier and been more aggressive, according to friends who spoke to CNBC.
Regardless of whether the U.S. government shuts down services, we're likely to face another type of crisis in a few weeks—the debt ceiling.
A detailed look at how a tax on medical devices divided so many over the White House's Affordable Care Act.
There’s good news and bad news about trucking. The good news is freight is up (kind of)The bad news? Maybe not enough trucks.
Financial advisors urge investors to re-balance their portfolios before year's end as part of a fourth-quarter annual financial review process.
Take an exclusive tour of a NYC apartment filled with wild animal skins worth more than $1 million mounted on the walls.
When the super rich want to give their private jets an extreme makeover they turn to is Eric Roth. CNBC captures the transformation of a $12M private plane.
To fill a plus-size void, Rent the Runway recently debuted its first collection of evening gowns and cocktail dresses for curvier figures.
The government is collaborating with small businesses to create a $30 brain-recording device for medical, military and educational applications.
One of the iPod design chiefs, Nest Labs' Tony Fadell, is reportedly at work on another toy to change daily life, a smart smoke detector.
Almost 40 percent of software engineers working on big data solutions think the government is spying on them, and why wouldn't they?
In today's Lunch Break TV, Martha Stewart tells NBC's Today that she was "just joking" when she tweeted that Apple should come pick up an iPad that broke when she dropped it.
It connects dog owners to 10,000 screened and trained dog-sitters around the country. Hosts set their prices, and the company takes a 15 percent cut.
CNBC's Robert Frank takes you inside a house described as the biggest home in the richest town in America.