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The CNBC All-America Economic Survey finds the U.S. vacation spending finally returning to prerecession levels, about $1,900 for a family getaway.
U.S. consumer sentiment fell in June as views by consumers with the lowest incomes soured, a survey released on Friday showed.
"If you want to have one final puff of the cigar" then you have to be careful, warns Nicholas Colas of ConvergEx.
GM will recall 511,528 Chevrolet Camaro cars, mainly in North America, because a driver's knee can bump the key fob and cause a loss of power.
If you hope to get a raise that finally feels like one, it helps to work in the right industry.
The banned Los Angeles Clippers owner's lawyers have hired four private investigators to look into evidence they could use against the NBA.
The talent exodus from developing countries to the West has finally reversed, explains the prime minister of the UAE.
The average couple spends almost $30,000 on their wedding. How to keep costs in check—and avoid expensive missteps.
Priceline announces it is buying online reservation site OpenTable for $103 per share, or about $2.6 billion.
Ratings agency Moody's said Emirates' cancellation of an order for 70 A350 planes from Airbus was "credit negative" for the European planemaker.
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As violence and tensions in Iraq mount, the situation remains "quite dangerous" for the markets, veteran trader Art Cashin told CNBC on Thursday.
P.F. Chang's China Bistro on Friday confirmed that a security breach may have led to the theft of information from thousands of customer credit cards.
Oppenheimer senior energy analyst Fadel Gheit explains what the situation in Iraq could ultimately mean for crude oil.
Jitters about Iraq have unsettled global stock markets but are unlikely to lead to the deeper correction anticipated for some time, analysts say.
Shiite Iran is so alarmed by Sunni insurgent gains in Iraq that it may be willing to cooperate with Washington.
The financial industry is fiercely fighting a change in a law that would require more finance professionals to act as fiduciaries for their customers.
This month, the full moon falls on Friday the 13th. Freaky? Nah, probably not.
This name has a moat around it that is so wide, no one can breach it, legendary investor Julian Robertson told CNBC.
Gin's popularity is rebounding, in cocktails and on liquor store shelves. Even gin haters may want to give it another chance.