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Second only to mortgages as the largest form of debt, student loans affect nearly 40 million Americans, many of whom may never recover financially.
A mismatch between workers seeking jobs and the skills employers need may be trickling into the booming energy sector.
Tack-on fees help companies make monthly charges appear lower than they actually are. Critics say they are just a sneaky way of simply raising prices.
May the best drug win. That's how Merck Chief Executive Ken Frazier views the rising competition for hepatitis C treatments.
Hong Kong airline Cathay Pacific's "too sexy" uniforms for female flight attendants have made sexual harassment concerns a sky-high issue.
While these may not be the best of times for hedge funds, they're still pretty good for the best of the best.
The once dominant Nintendo has taken a backseat in the gaming world, but the company is hoping that new launches will help it get back in the game.
It looks like interest rates are going to remain low no matter what the Federal Reserve does, Wharton School Professor of Finance Jeremy Siegel said.
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Much of the Alibaba IPO prospectus is old news for Yahoo investors. But there's one item they shouldn't overlook.
Due to food price inflation and minimum wage hikes, Tilman Fertitta, founder and CEO of Landry's Inc., said that diners should prepare to pay more.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan uses "Heat Map Time-Lapse" technology to look back at the day stocks were shook by a fake tweet about an attack on the White House.
Dennis Gartman has found a new way to get into gold.
For those with a fixed view of what it means to be a U.S. millionaire, the first-ever CNBC Millionaire Survey serves up some surprises.
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A San Francisco-based small business has designed a a suit designed for comfortably biking to work and presentable enough to take meetings.
There was a surprising amount of bubble talk at the Milken Institute's Global conference in Los Angeles last week.
Sitting next to Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger, Gates also said he's excited about taking a more hands-on approach again at Microsoft.
Matt Damon has told CNBC he would be "open" to reprising the role of Jason Bourne.
China about to top the US as world's leading economic power? Sorry, not true, says Harvard Professor Jeffrey Frankel. Here's why.