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Geri Pell, CEO of Pell Wealth Partners, explains how social impact investing integrates environmental, social and governance factors.
Big financials have been perking up lately and may be ready for an even greater run higher.
There are justifiable worries that some unicorns are in bubble territory. The New York Times reports.
Bond markets succumb to heavy selling, sending equity markets down sharply while the euro jumped 1 percent against the dollar.
Classic retirement calculators don't factor in important variables such as spousal Social Security and where investors plan to retire.
These S&P 500 companies doubled their adjusted profit from a year ago. They also beat profit expectations. USA Today reports.
In 12 states and Washington D.C., nail salons are more common than McDonald's locations, the most common of fast food locations.
OPEC is predicting a decade of oil prices below $100 per barrel. Despite the prediction, Dennis Gartman of the Gartman Letter, gets long the commodity.
Amid a sharp selloff in the bond market, players in Europe's low-yielding papers have gotten their fingers burned, big time.
The recent selloff in bonds is a sign that market extremes are fading as fears of deflation and stagnation recede, economist Bruce Kasman tells CNBC.
It's been a tough year for mining stocks, but here's why the bottom could finally be in.
The website CareerCast identified the top jobs for those without a college degree, giving the salaries and hiring outlook.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is eyeing the Far East.
A rally in the price of oil over the last couple of months has derailed a rebalancing of the commodity's price, Goldman Sachs warned.
The only languages that really count at this summer's OPEC meeting will be Arabic, Farsi, Kurdish and money.
Twitter spent more than $86 million to acquire livestreaming app Periscope and social media talent agency Niche earlier this year.
Are you sure you are not missing out on money? CNBC's Jennifer Barrett reports on a new study which measures how many employees are missing out on employer match money.
A Federal Reserve official said Tuesday he does not know when rates will rise, but applauded a consensus that it will happen later in 2015.
Tequila fans might be fond of an occasional tasting flight—but now one company is offering something a little different for high-flyers.
In this slow-growth world, America has been called "the cleanest dirty shirt in the pile." That might not be true anymore.