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CNBC's second Millionaire Survey reveals that Hillary Clinton is a top choice for president in the 2016 election. Jeb Bush comes in second.
Bad press for Uber, the ride-sharing app now worth an estimated $40 billion, keeps mounting. Can the taxi service take much more?
Bowing to pressure to slim down what some call a bloated menu, McDonald's is cutting eight items from its menu beginning in January.
David Letterman will host his final "Late Show" episode on May 20, 2015, CBS announced.
Twitter has deemed 2014 the year of the "selfie," and if the 92,000,000 mentions of the word are any indication, it's for good reason.
LendingClub is setting out to transform the banking world. To get there, it's following a playbook popularized by the biggest tech companies.
Without another Alibaba in the pipeline, 2015 IPOs could get a boost from companies similar to LendingClub.
Uber's "ruthlessness" has been an important asset to its success, but some say the company needs to tone down its corporate culture.
A spike in Japanese inflation and a UK housing crash are just some of the other extreme predictions Saxo Bank has offered for the coming year.
Johnny Football will make his first official start for the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, and ticket prices are jumping.
Solar stocks have been dropping on fears that cheap oil will kill demand for renewables. But oil has no impact on solar.
Instagram now has more than 300 million users, sharing more than 70 million photos every day, and an average of 2.5 billion daily "likes."
The social media company has completely fallen off Glassdoor’s annual Best Places to Work list.
The CNBC Millionaire Survey reveals some surprising things about affluent Americans. Think you think like they do? Find out with this quiz.
Some 18 percent of respondents to a new survey expect to be in debt for the rest of their lives.
The Massachusetts firebrand launched attacks against Antonio Weiss, who Obama nominated as Treasury undersecretary for domestic finance.
Organic farms may be a lot more productive than previously thought, and they be able may perform better in tough times, according to a study.
Optimism on investing in Africa needs to be tempered, according to a top money manager at AllianceBernstein.
Morgan Stanley has agreed to pay a $4 million penalty for violating the market access rule, the Securities and Exchange Commission said.
Investors should keep their eyes out for pothole stocks that could rattle them if the markets' weakness continues, USA Today reports.