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Changing careers can be daunting. CNBC's Sharon Epperson talks to career coach Caroline Ceniza-Levine about how and whether to do it.
After its unsolicited takeover bid was denied, Mylan plans to make a new offer for Perrigo, according to a source familiar with the matter.
Some cities take America's love of fast food to a new level.
U.S. exports of poultry dropped sharply in February amid scares of the avian flu outbreak. The USDA reduced its forecast for exports in 2015.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell on the latest news in the bird flu outbreak.
Nobel-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz says trickle down economics isn't working, so the U.S. should reform the tax structure.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is revealing the real reason to save money.
A 66-year-old man turned himself in after 39 years of running in order to receive health care benefits in prison, NBC News reports.
The U.S. should be writing the new rules for global trade, not China, House Ways and Means Chairman Paul Ryan tells CNBC.
The crash in oil prices stresses energy balance sheets. Here are 7 big oil companies with high bankruptcy risk based on the Altman Z-score.
This generally bullish trader notices a troubling shift in investor sentiment.
McDonald's reported quarterly earnings that fell short of analysts' expectations. "The results show it's not going to be an overnight turnaround story," says one analyst.
When choosing how to invest in the global markets landscape, consider the haves and the have-nots. Who has quantitative easing and who does not?
Coca-Cola reported a rise in revenue for the first time in nine quarters, helped by a 6 percent rise in revenue from North America.
Boeing delivered quarterly earnings that topped analysts' expectations on Wednesday, helped by rising demand for commercial aircraft.
Buyers are returning to the housing market in ever growing numbers, as indicated by continued gains in loan applications to purchase a home.
Skyscraper rents in Hong Kong are still the world's highest, but the city is in danger of losing its crown to New York, Knight Frank said.
Earnings retain the spotlight on Wednesday, with several more blue chips and technology heavyweights set to report.
The UK's markets regulator has fined Bank of America Merrill Lynch a record $20 million for failing to report transactions properly.