If your phone has been ringing with more unwanted recorded messages lately, you're probably right. Robocall complaints to the FTC are up 60 percent over last year. But how are scammers going around the federal “Do Not Call List”, and are telemarketers honoring it? Consumer advocate Margot Saunders warns the problem could get even worse. » Read More
Cosmetics used to only be found at department store counters and drug stores. But in 1999, a husband and wife team, launched a luxury beauty store, Bluemercury. They created one stop for makeup, skincare and even spa treatments. Bought by Macy’s two years ago, can the upscale beauty chain grow through the brick-and-mortar retail upheaval? » Read More
If your closet is overstuffed with items you don't, won't, or can't wear anymore, you can turn that clutter into cash. Multiple websites will pay you for “gently- used-but-still-in-style” clothes. But what sells, and what types of items are the most valuable? Reporter Courtney Reagan sent pants, dresses and sweaters to ThreadUp and Poshmark to find out how much they take, and how much you can make. » Read More
Today’s Girl Scouts are learning leadership and STEM skills, in addition to earning merit badges for traditional camping and craft skills. Girl Scout CEO Sylvia Acevedo tells us what’s next for the new generation.
CNBC's Diana Olick has the best time to list down to the best day of the week to put your home on the market.
Emma Fletcher of the Better Business Bureau says tax scams account for 25 percent of all fraud complaints they get, she has tips on avoiding the lasted schemes.
Is there room for patient care innovation while the health care battle continues? Jonathan Bush, Athenahealth CEO and co-founder discusses.
The Owlet is a tiny wearable sock that tracks baby’s heart rate and oxygen level, sending the data to your smartphone app. But is it a reliable medical device or a tech gadget? With Kurt Workman, Owlet CEO.
WalletHub senior analyst Jill Gonzalez has simple tips to remember before you file your 2016 return.
Reporter Jane Wells meets three retirees who found paying gigs that allow them to enjoy and finance their second act.
NFL owner Stephen Ross has launched a program to help many of his Miami Dolphins gain business knowledge and experience while still playing football. Reporter Morgan Brennan meets the players working to plan their life after the game.
Personal Finance Expert Lynette Khalfani-Cox has advice for every age. Plus how to teach children to start to save now and get them to think about investing for the future.
Budget Travel’s Editor-in-Chief Robert Firpo-Cappiello has some destinations you may not have thought of. From unique cruises, to some national parks you haven’t yet explored, he has ideas for a spring break at a bargain rate.
Built by scammers, but made to look legitimate, some apps allow cybercriminals to steal your username, password and even credit card information. Security expert Brian Vecci explains how to spot them and what to do if you think you’ve downloaded one.
Frank Lesh, of the American Society of Home Inspectors says some quick turnover homes have cosmetic fixes that could mask mechanical or structural issues.
CNBC's Jane Wells talks to Linden Wolbert, who's turned her love of the ocean into a growing fortune by creating a mermaid-style fin for kids and adults.
The Milken Institute’s Paul Irving has their new rankings of the top large and small cities to “age successfully.”
Joe Nocera, Columnist/Author, Bloomberg View columnist, explains why he says college athletes should be paid.
Consumer shopping expert Trae Bodge has scoured the categories and the calendar to find which sales can save you the most money, and how to find them.
We ask Casper co-founder and CEO Philip Krim how they’re disrupting the sleep business and why they’re also making mattresses for dogs.
Seattle-native and Grammy-award winning saxophonist Kenny G has combined jazz and R&B in his successful recording and concert career. But he’s also been a successful investor.
Car Infotainment systems and heads up display technology are supposed to lessen the distraction, but is it actually making it safe? AAA's Robert Sinclair, Jr., discusses.
In 1971, Warren Buffett bought a California beach house for $150K. Today, its back on the market with a $11M asking price. With a return like that, we ask the “Oracle of Omaha” for advice on property investment.