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Today's grandparents paid for college when their own children were young. But today, over half are also helping foot the bill for grandkids.
Even if a zombie apocalypse doesn't top your list of worries, it's a smart idea to prepare for one.
The Moms group has had success in changing other gun policies after launching similar campaigns against restaurants.
A new study of 30 years of wage data argues that government polices go a long way to explaining the expanding U.S. wealth gap.
Wall St. and venture capitalists see bitcoin as the beginning of an investing and trading revolution. Next: colored coins to execute trades.
Jump-starting growth has relied too much on the Fed and not enough on fiscal policy, French economist and author Thomas Piketty tells CNBC.
Successful women are stigmatized as “abrasive, difficult and demanding,” Arianna Huffington told CNBC on Monday.
The modest increase in bond yields during the past few sessions should build as the economy improves, two market watchers tell CNBC.
Today, climate change-conscious investing is based less on a general desire to save the world and more about picking winners and losers.
Asia's leaders must ensure respect for international law and nowhere is that need clearer than at sea, says Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
There will likely be more food industry mergers in the months ahead, analysts say. Here's why.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden says the government can spy on you, but experts say hackers seeking your financial data is still a bigger threat.
Many working poor Americans fall into the cycle of payday loans, which can trigger deeper debt. A search for financial solutions.
Two companies believe roadways could also become energy sources, and are thinking up ways to make the concept a reality.
Hobby Lobby broke out the candy canes and ornaments last week, before the calendar even switched over to June, according to a report.
Despite a bumper winter, shares of ski resort owner Intrawest have slipped since their IPO in January. That has thrown up a chance to invest.
Despite all the anticipation of money fleeing fixed income and dashing toward equities, bonds continue to get a bid.
Mark Cuban knows a thing or two about insider-trading scrutiny, and he took to Twitter on Monday to make a few points on the subject.
Former U.S. Attorney Anton Valukas is expected to deliver the results of his independent investigation to GM's CEO and board.
Apple sells music. Jimmy Iovine makes music. So Apple Records makes sense, right?