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A new NBC-WSJ poll shows concerns over national security have hurt President Obama but present him with an opportunity, too.
Money manager Jeffery Gundlach thinks Apple has lost its luster, but investor Roger McNamee thinks it has more room to run.
The CBS CEO said the NFL is the best thing in TV, and said the league took the appropriate action with Ray Rice.
As expected, Apple competitors and other brands tried to shove their way into the spotlight on the tech giant's big day.
The U.S. energy renaissance's effects are being felt broadly, said the industry's main trade group.
Critics say disruptive new services like Uber and Lyft can hurt tax revenues, but one start-up says it's creating jobs and boosting local sales tax.
A group of 11 mining CEOs working in West Africa are calling for fewer travel restrictions in the face of the Ebola epidemic.
With auto sales roaring back to life, the executive chairman at Ford Motor warned on CNBC that lenders and consumers should not fall back on old habits.
Starting early and saving enough for retirement are ongoing concerns. But do Americans really even understand retirement basics?
Sure, tiny homes are eco-friendly, but the lack of space can be a drag and it's not for everyone.
Twitter is testing a "buy now" button to allow users to buy products directly from a tweet.
With just a day to go until Apple's launch event, hype surrounding what the tech giant could unveil has reached fever pitch.
By pricing Alibaba's widely-anticipated IPO below market expectations, CEO Jack Ma is seeking to avoid a repetition of Facebook's disaster debut.
Not all airline amenity kits are created equal, even among the first-class crowd.
Baby boomers are not as prepared for retirement as they should be, but Gen X and millennials face the biggest future financial threats.
After hackers used Apple's iCloud to access compromising images of celebrities, the company is hoping to generate a different sort of headline.
Dinner Lab is a supper club driven by data. Up-and-coming chefs are paired with members in pop-up locations for meals that are analyzed and then graded.
CNBC highlights the major products that are drawing the crowds at this year's IFA event.
The weak momentum seen in equity markets is starting to trouble Dennis Gartman, the editor and publisher of the "The Gartman Letter."
Centerplate got in hot water when its ex-CEO beat up a dog in an elevator. Its problems may not be over.