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Bitcoin is in a struggle to stay alive, caught in a worst-nightmare scenario of snafus that threaten not only investor money but also integrity.
Only about one-third of Americans report making "good" or "excellent" progress with saving, according to a new survey.
Women seem to be struggling to be represented in the political realm, but are they faring better in the tech sector?
It's more than ironic that Hollywood productions think that everyone should pay their "fair share" of taxes—except for them, says Carol Roth.
The myRA is a good idea for people unable to meet $1,000 IRA minimums. But staying in it after reaching the $1,000 mark? Not such a good idea.
Student loan debt can be debilitating for many college graduates. But some financial institutions are providing relief with refinancing options.
Carefully shopping winter clearances can give fashion-conscious shoppers a leg up on fall trends, at substantial discounts.
Holders of U.S. defense stocks expressed relief that the budget spares most big arms firms. But not everybody wins.
Like Netflix, Starz wants to win viewers with original programming. But its steady business has plenty of runway even without a blockbuster.
With Facebook forking out $16 billion for WhatsApp, could 2014 be the year when most of us give up on texting?
Most financial advisers usually warn against 401(k) loans or withdrawals. Why? It's wiser to build up the nest egg for your golden years.
The program, known as the Lightweight and Modern Metals Manufacturing Innovation (LM3I) Institute, could translate into more fuel-efficient cars and aircraft.
Why should Corporate America support the gay community? It can't afford not to, says Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson.
The world's largest listed companies paid out more than $1 trillion in dividends for the first time, a new report shows.
Your 50s are an optimum time to boost retirement savings, thanks to higher disposable income, pay and tax-deferred contribution limits.
Are big bank leaders like Jamie Dimon the most influential on Wall Street—or activist investors like Carl Icahn?
Oprah is getting a lot of votes in the CNBC 25 poll seeking the most influential leaders of the past 25 years. Is she influential—or just popular?
Some of the biggest names on Wall Street are quietly preparing to do battle over elections this year.
Customer satisfaction with online shopping slipped 4.9 percent to a benchmark of 78, the lowest score since 2001.
"I think there's nothing but room for expansion," says Jeff Miller, who runs Diamond Mountain Ranch in California.