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There's a 60 percent chance Greece will stay in the euro zone because a return to the drachma would be even worse, billionaire Wilbur Ross tells CNBC.
Bargain hunting after the plunge in Chinese stocks would be like "catching a falling knife," former Morgan Stanley Asia Chairman Stephen Roach says.
Shake Shack has lost the typically uber-bullish crowd that is Wall Street analysts, and it just got worse Tuesday.
A limited supply of listings continues to push home prices higher—so much higher that 10 states and D.C. hit new home price peaks in May.
In the end of this Greek drama it will be Germany, not Greece, that will be the biggest loser, says Peter Morici.
The park will keep a special tax exemption in Anaheim, California, for 30 more years if the City Council approves Disney's expansion plan.
The U.S. labor market added 5.4 million job openings in May, little changed from the previous month, the BLS reported Tuesday.
Subway spokesman Jared Fogle is the subject of a child porn investigation, reports NBC affiliate WTHR.
A new survey suggests more Generation Xers are comfortable using their credit card as a lifeline as they are saddled with debt. USAToday reports.
Here's what to expect from this year's annual "summer camp for moguls" in Sun Valley, Idaho.
As the second half of the year gets underway, a new study shows sentiment on the Street remains overwhelmingly bullish.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports on the likely most expensive home ever sold at auction.
The housing outlook for the second half of 2015 is all about affordability—for buying and renting.
SurveyMonkey, the online survey platform, today named Bill Veghte as CEO effective August 3, replacing the late David Goldberg.
Colonel Sanders' KFC comeback continues at Comic-Con later this week.
The euro slipped against a stronger dollar, falling over 1 percent after the European Central Bank toughened up on Greek banks.
A record amount of money surged into digital health start-ups last year, and in 2015, the capital continues to rush into these private companies.
NBC News reports on how Claude Monet's famous water lily paintings almost never existed due to angry neighbors. NBCNews reports.
Ivory Johnson of Delancey Wealth Management explains the little-understood terms "asset allocation" and "portfolio diversification."