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Invest new earnings in high-risk, high-growth stocks, but regular reallocation of existing savings to a mix of asset classes makes sense.
Coke introduced a new design for its plastic bottles featuring a cap that can only be opened when paired with another bottle, AdWeek reported.
More than 40 of football's best rookies were in Los Angeles Friday at the NFL Players Association rookie premiere.
Even if bond yields rose a full percent, stocks would be considered inexpensive on a valuation basis relative to interest rates, Wharton professor Jeremy Siegel tells CNBC.
Apple products have disrupted the phone, computer and music markets, but support for the tech giant to move into financial services is flagging.
Parents of special needs kids should draft trusts and select caregivers and beneficiaries carefully, with expert help.
If there's a war on coal, someone may have forgotten to tell its primary target.
Consumers moving this summer could face higher costs amid a shortage of drivers. How to save.
Google launched an online form on Friday giving European users a chance to get personal information about themselves removed from search results.
The fashion and retail industries have turned an eye toward the often ignored plus-size apparel category, generating a 7 percent sales increase.
Hedge funds have done an about-face on a group of crowded stock bets.
A key theme at this year's ASCO meeting will be immunotherapies. How do these treatments work?
Brad Katsuyama, founder of the trading platform IEX, told CNBC about "systemic disadvantages" in the market.
CNBC analyzed the 122 U.S. professional sports teams on Twitter to find which squad is winning off the field and on social media.
Potential mistakes threatening successful retirements are many and fall into psychological and financial categories, say financial advisors.
A study from the Boston College Center on Wealth and Philanthropy says heirs will receive $36 trillion by 2061.
There's more than national pride and global supremacy that comes with the winning of the World Cup: There's also a nice boost to the stock market.
Has Lady Gaga's moment passed? If ticket sales are any indication, there may not be enough little monsters out there to save the singer's tour.
A customer created a 128-ounce drink costs more than $50, setting a new record at the coffee chain, Consumerist reports.