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One in 4 people in Seattle have had a cellphone accident over the last year, compared with only 16 percent in Denver, a report finds.
Many professional gamers enter competitive gaming early and can make up to six figures, but they burn out after just a few years.
Investors in their 30s are prone to missteps that can derail long-term savings plans, such as funneling too much money into homes and 401(k) plans.
A Japanese lingerie brand has produced a bra designed to stop women from being too 'hasty' in their romantic liaisons and to deter unwanted suitors.
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Jefferies' Daniel Binder says fines from the data breach that affected up to 110 million shoppers doesn't include loss of sales or customer goodwill.
New domain names are starting to hit the market. Here's a breakdown of how the process works and what it means for businesses.
An Obamacare initiative to motivate hospitals and doctors to work together on Medicare patient care led to $380 million in savings.
Though football great Joe Theismann had been opposed to paying college athletes, he now thinks they should a cut of the profits.
If you’re single and planning a trip to the car dealership, the type of vehicle you decide on may determine your chances of finding love.
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The second round of Fed tapering announced Wednesday isn’t likely to boost rates, because investors are filling the void.
A rising hedge fund star has made a big bet on Chinese e-commerce site Alibaba, believing the company will be worth at least $200 billion.
The president will take aim at the wealth gap in his State of the Union address, but he is likely to reinforce several myths about it.
We ride the wave of robotics in the latest episode of Geeked Out.
One of the biggest issues in the integration of online shopping and the physical store is identifying where to assign sales credit.
The New York metro area's first Super Bowl could end up with the cheapest average entry prices in years, the CEO of TiqIQ told CNBC.
Star mutual fund managers reveal secrets behind the stock-picking strategies buried in corporate filings.
Tight credit and more expensive homes, versus existing houses, are keeping many buyers out of the market.
The idea of banning, or at least reducing, the use of automobiles in city centers has become an increasingly hot topic among urban planners.