Dec 17- Jefferies Group LLC's banker Sage Kelly, whose messy divorce battle became tabloid fodder in October, resigned to spend time with family, according to a person familiar with the matter. The reports drew so much attention that Jefferies' Chief Executive Richard Handler, Chairman Brian Friedman and executives at its healthcare division volunteered to...» Read More
CNBC's John Harwood has the latest details from the Supreme Court on the battle over gay marriage.
The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week in regards to whether same-sex couples have the right to marry. Former DNC Chairman Howard Dean; Kellyanne Conway, The Polling Company; and CNBC contributors Keith Boykin and Jim Pethokoukis.
The Supreme Court is about to consider gay marriage, but major US corporations have, in their own way, already decided it's OK.
When does a divorce become a shareholder's problem? CNBC's Robert Frank has the story.
Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm is locked in a contentious divorce that could lead to a record-shattering multi-billion dollar settlement. CNBC's Robert Frank and Joshua Schneyer, Reuters, offer insight.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports billionaire Harold Hamm's divorce could take the top spot as the most expensive divorce on record.
Elizabeth Petrakis, Divorce Prep Experts CEO, offers insight on the news that a New York judge tossed out a prenup between her and her soon-to-be ex-husband Peter.
Mad Money is celebrating 8 years, and you're invited to join in by telling the crew your favorite moment.
The "marriage penalty" that often made filing jointly more costly is mostly gone. But there are still instances when filing separately may be warranted.
CNBC's Jane Wells walks into a bar to find out first hand if, according to a report by Psychology Today, women drink more after they say, "I do," but men drink less.
The Supreme Court will rule on gay marriage, reports NBC's Pete Williams; and Kerry Picket, Washington Times; WABC Radio Talk show host Mark Simone; and Democratic Strategist Jimmy Williams, provide perspective.
Online shopping offers a safe and comfortable respite from unruly crowds, but many people who have gifts shipped to them have the packages left at their doorsteps, and these parcels prove irresistible to thieves.
The business world has seen numerous individuals put their marriages, careers and good standing at risk for an extramarital dalliance. CNBC.com presents a list of people who went outside of their marriages for intimate relationships.
Discussing news that the FBI withheld its findings about Petraeus' affair from the White House and congressional leaders, with Homeland Security Committee Chairman Rep. Peter King (R).
NBC News Andrea Mitchell discusses the announcement that CIA director David Petreaus is resigning due to an extra-marital affair.
According to NBC News, CIA director David Petreaus is resigning due to an extra-marital affair, reports CNBC's Brian Sullivan.
Married men are paid higher salaries than any other type of employee. Part of this can be explained by the gender-wage gap — but it's also likely that there are other factors in play.
QTIPs, are often used to guarantee an inheritance to children of an earlier marriage.
Many people's first inclination when going through a divorce is to hire an attorney, but experts say divorcing couples could benefit just as much from financial help.
A public notary in Brazil has sparked controversy by approving the civil union between three people in Sao Paulo.