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From diversifying and rebalancing portfolios to avoiding IPOs and long-term bonds, these tips get you back on track with financial planning in 2014.
The fortunes of nuclear power may hinge on a market for smaller, cheaper and safer reactors.
Puerto Rico is in a struggle to borrow money—and it has to do it quickly if it wants to keep ratings agencies happy.
Take a look at some of the surprising ways the super rich turn their mansions into home sweet megahome.
When it comes to pensions, a guess about a fraction of a percentage point can be worth billions of dollars to big corporations.
Get ready for the next era in retail—one that will be characterized by far fewer shops and smaller store footprints.
"Shark Tank's" Daymond John, founder and CEO of FUBU, established a market for urban apparel. Find out about other entrepreneurs whose products created new markets.
A new poll from the Pew Research Center shows that the public has a more balanced view when it comes to the wealthy and inequality.
High student loan debt, poor wage growth and less-than-pristine credit are leaving first-time buyers out of the housing recovery.
The market for American muscle cars—which saw irrational run-ups in the mid-2000s—is back.
Japan's efforts to revitalize after long stagnation have policy leaders abuzz and hopeful that the nation can turn around its fortunes.
Bank of America, the Gates Foundation and others will donate money to (RED) for every download of a U2 song during the Super Bowl halftime show.
Hong Kong is one of the most unaffordable city to buy a property, according to the Demographia International Housing Affordability Survey.
While the end of the global economic crisis is insight, geopolitical tensions continued to increase in 2013. So how do you prepare for 2014?
The most recent deliberations among Federal Reserve officials point to a central bank that is at its most divided self since the financial crisis.
Oil producers want to scrap the ban on crude exports, but they're hitting opposition—from within their own industry.
Common Sense Investment Management isn't shutting down, despite media reports to the contrary.
JPMorgan's efforts to improve controls after a legal settlement over its dealings with Bernard Madoff—will be exempt from outside scrutiny, CNBC has learned.
The facility, which Larry Page, Sergey Brin and Eric Schmidt are building at San Jose's airport, is expected to be finished next year.
This Beverly Hills home for sale, with all its luxury amenities included, may just spur a trend with down-market houses.