A new study finds the average CEO of a S&P 500 company makes $13.5 million a year. Center for American Progress Economic Policy Managing Director David Madland & American Enterprise Institute DeWitt Wallace Fellow Jim Pethokoukis debate whether CEOs are over-compensated.» Read More
With websites and apps, singles can now look for love in all the right places. eHarmony Founder and CEO Dr. Neil Clark Warren weighs in on finding love online and explains why hookup app Tinder has only made his service look more attractive.
Three billionaires you know who have no problem giving it all away... Warren Buffett and Bill and Melinda Gates sound off on the impact of The Gates Foundation and their philosophy behind the philanthropy.
Boomer-preneurs aren't making headlines like their younger cohorts, but they're certainly making bank. Small Business Correspondent Kate Rogers talks to two business owners who believe it only gets better with time when it comes to starting a business.
While there are more job openings now, it doesn't mean that it's easier to land a position. Job seekers need to work smarter, not harder. Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson has the best websites to help you move up the corporate ladder.
Is the American economy chugging along or has it gotten derailed? We ask Burlington Northern Santa Fe Executive Chairman Matthew Rose, whose company hauls half of the country's freight rail, which totals nearly $70 billion in goods and commodities.
After winning on Wall Street, he's now winning on the football field. TD Ameritrade Chairman Joe Moglia on returning to his dream job of coaching college football after leaving it 25 years ago for a career in finance.
Go forth and prosper! The world's most famous astrophysicist Neil Degrasse Tyson weighs in on the new space race and the buzz around his podcast-turned-TV show "StarTalk" on Nat Geo.
Does your graduate know how to balance a checkbook or what a FICO score is? Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson explains what every high school and college kid should know about money before venturing out on their own.
She's a superwoman telling everyone else to slow down. The Huffington Post Co-Founder and "Thrive" author Arianna Huffington talks lessons learned about transforming media, growing an online business and prioritizing her personal life.
It's that time of year! The great outdoors are calling, and retailer REI is ready to cash in on the springtime fun. President and CEO Jerry Stritzke shares how a co-op business model plus the health and wellness trend has taken the outdoor equipment store to new heights.
Move over, organic! There's now an "ugly" food movement that's gaining momentum. Food & Wine Editor-in-Chief Dana Cowin explains why she wants you to love and eat food that doesn't look so pretty.
When should you borrow versus just pay in cash? Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson reveals the difference between good and bad debt and how to master both.
Caleb Barlow, IBM security vice president, demonstrates IBM's new X-Force Exchange, a social media platform for InfoSec professionals to share threat information. CNBC's Becky Quick reports.
Cyberattacks against large companies increased 40 percent last year. What does this mean for individuals who don't have millions for cybersecurity? FireEye President Kevin Mandia gives tips on how to protect yourself and why info is safer on your cell phone.
John Hancock Insurance is launching a new program where policyholders can get up to 15 percent off their premium if they share health and fitness information. President Michael Doughty explains why you might want your life insurer to track your every move.
May the best charity win! There will be a "Shark Tank"-style competition for budding non-profits later this year. Are you out or in? Founder and venture capitalist Todd Dagres talks venture philanthropy.
Why have a piggy bank when all you need is your smartphone? Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson shows how to organize your finances with the click of an app.
It's time to pick a college for many high school seniors, but the high price leaves many confused about where to go. Why is higher education so high? University of California President Janet Napolitano explains the growing tuition bill.
Quick and healthy is the name of the game when it comes to fast food, according to Freshii Founder Matthew Corrin. This Millennial reveals how his fast food franchise is taking on burger chains one salad at a time.
Hot off the press and thrilling motorists, 3D-printed cars will soon hit the market. But are they safe and will the masses want them? Local Motors CEO Jay Rogers shares his plan for revving up auto sales.