Why it is more important than ever today, as both a buyer and a seller, to know your market well and know its housing value even better.
The US is split over right to work laws—literally. Exactly half of the 50 states are right-to-work states—the next will tip the balance.
RBC's chief U.S. market strategist says that investors who obsess over historical valuations are missing the point.
Potential bidders for Humana include Aetna and Cigna, Dow Jones reported, citing sources.
Even though U.S. stocks are trading at a record price, certain areas of the market may be ready to drop. Here's what to sell.
FIFA was almost forced to conduct a second round of voting, but Joseph "Sepp" Blatter's opponent withdrew from the race.
Much-needed rains have brought relief to drought-stricken states, especially in the South and West, but they'll be a boon to insects, too.
Falling consumer sentiment is another sign that the United States is stuck in a lackluster year, BlackRock's Russ Koesterich says.
There's only one thing in business that you can actually control, the billionaire entrepreneur says.
So who is interested in bitcoin's technology? Seagate, Nasdaq, Overstock, IBM, Samsung, UBS, Barclays and Banco Santander—to name a few.
Only half of parents are saving for college, but there are ways to make that daunting task easier to tackle.
These plans weathered the financial crisis and the recession and came out on top. Here's why.
JPMorgan CEO called out some investors who follow the recommendations of proxy advisors as being "lazy." Mike Mayo of CLSA, turns around the criticism.
The U.S. economy should be growing much faster, but the country has the wrong mix of fiscal and monetary policies, Richard Kovacevich tells CNBC.
All indicators, from lobster to helicopters, suggest business will be booming in the Hamptons this summer.
Twitter has lit up with a mix of jokes and serious advice for young, aspiring traders.
Some digital wallets aren't giving users all the discounts they have earned. Here's how to fix it.
Olive Garden's menu is about to change. Here's what's in, what's out and what the restaurant is testing.
The numbers are not as bad as they look and the economy is still likely to work in Clinton's favor next year, Politico's Ben White says.
The Hillary Clinton campaign held a briefing this week that was strictly controlled and left reporters with little to write.