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Companies are rolling out a growing list of lifestyle-oriented benefits aimed at engaging and retaining top talent. Here are the tops.
The oil and ruble meltdowns may be grabbing the headlines, but the real story behind the market swings is the Fed, market watcher James Paulsen tells CNBC.
Formula 1 fans have flocked to an auction of items relating to British team Marussia, following its fall into administration.
Think the holidays are all rest and fun? That's the Hallmark version. More than half of us plan to work over the break, a new survey says.
Mohamed El-Erian, former co-CEO and co-CIO at Pimco, believes the Fed will remove the "considerable period of time" phrase on interest rates.
The number of Americans who say the country is on the right track ticked up, but the dominant mood country remains negative, a new NBC/WSJ poll shows.
Secret discussions between the U.S. and Cuban officials happened in Canada and the Vatican and included personal involvement by Pope Francis.
The ruble's volatility suggests that many traders and investors have been caught off guard by events in Russia.a.
Followers of the "early retirement extreme" movement scrimp, save and invest to achieve the seemingly impossible: retirement by age 40.
Gold has shined much brighter than other commodities lately. But the Fed statement could change all that.
Americans probably haven't noticed much of a change in airline-ticket prices since oil began to plummet. They shouldn't hold their breath.
Employers report mixed results using the month-old Obamacare marketplace for small businesses called SHOP. Some ask: What's the incentive to enroll?
The tech IPO pipeline for 2015 looks strong, according to data from CB Insight.
US millionaires with at least $1 million in investable assets expect bigger returns on their investments and economic growth next year.
Mohammed Islam, the supposed 'whiz kid' investor who allegedly made $72 million trading stocks, admits now he made absolutely nothing.
Top hedge fund manager Sir Michael Hintze is worried about what the continued low price of oil could mean for the global economy.
Rats have been sighted at the mass media company's new World Trade Center office, according to a report from the New York Post.
McDonald's menu has become so unwieldy that even the chain's U.S. president doesn't know how many items it contains.
U.S. crude hit 5 ½-year lows early Monday but there are signs of a bottom, said Joe Petrowski, former Gulf Oil CEO. Cheap energy is great for stocks, he added.