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It's not all burgers and fries these days at fast food joints as chains fight to meet shifting consumer tastes.
One important variable in crafting a financial plan is the state of the client's health—and his or her attitude toward taking care of it.
A Japanese employee at a Seiko store claims she was told to skip work one day to avoid offending the visiting Japanese matriarch of the company.
Voters think some candidates represent the past rather than the future, an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll finds.
Hedge funds are back in the black for 2015 and some familiar strategies are leading the way.
Climbing stock markets and rising real estate values helped create nearly 500,000 new millionaires in the U.S. in 2014.
Spending on prescription drugs in the U.S. rose 13.1% in 2014, the biggest increase in more than a decade, according a report from Express Scripts.
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The dot-com bust, 9/11 and 2008 crisis left Gen Y investors wary of risks—and therefore less likely to benefit from the market.
Naveen Jain is planning to harvest resources from the moon. His MX-1 lunar lander is expected to blast off from Cape Canaveral in 2016.
Apple says its new watch is great for physical fitness. But 17-time Grand Slam Champion Roger Federer is not so easily sold.
The old-line tech firms, along with Apple, are minting bigger dividends for investors.
As March Madness approaches, small schools will battle for bragging rights, national exposure and the 'Flutie Effect.'
"It's the first time I've been cautious in a while," longtime stock bull Jeremy Siegel tells CNBC.
Warren Buffett is leaving his billions to charity, and many boomers are following suit to avoid turning their kids into rich loafers.
One of the Kremlin's most vocal critics, Bill Browder, believes Putin's ultimate downfall could come at the hands of the unfolding economic crisis.
Repeat foreclosures rose 11 percent in January and accounted for more than half of all new foreclosures.
The five-week long month of March is shaping up to be significant for retailers, not only because of an earlier Easter.
The price of a bottle of water has sparked a legal war between two retailers, and Los Angeles' main travel artery is the battleground.
Summer camps have long been about adventure, discovery and fun. Here are some that will put young girls on the fast track to success.