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Texas Governor Rick Perry, seen as a potential Republican presidential candidate in the 2016 election, compared homosexuality to alcoholism.
Wall Street guys will bet on ANYTHING. Ex-trader Raj Mahal offers this guide to betting on the World Cup Wall Street-style.
Data released shows weaker health care spending in the US.
While bonds and interest rates have an inverse relationship, let’s be clear: Rising rates simply do not guarantee negative bond returns.
Home visits have risen sharply at many private Medicare health plans, which treat close to 16 million elderly and disabled people.
U.S. stocks wavered on Monday on strife in Iraq.
Irene Dormer, president and CEO of HSBC U.S. is retiring after 32 years at the bank, to be succeeded by Pat Burke.
Here's how ISIS, the militant group wreaking havoc in Iraq, is believed to have amassed $2 billion in assets. The Guardian reports.
In a year when banks' performance has been lackluster at best, Wells Fargo has been anything but.
The severe drought in the Southwest and other parts of the country is causing pain. But most Americans seem to take it in stride.
A change in Venezuela's foreign exchange system will likely boost these stocks, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Monday.
A combination of choppy markets and mixed investment successes promise to make this year's "Delivering Alpha" conference colorful.
Argentina had previously warned that it could default if forced to pay holdout creditors in full.
Republican Gov. Rick Perry tells CNBC that he doesn't "necessarily condone" what he referred to as the gay "lifestyle," nor does he "condemn it either."
The International Monetary Fund released its annual review of the US economy on Monday and called on the US to raise it minimum wage rate.
Medtronic's $43 billion Covidien deal may signal future medical-device company mergers.
We know millennials are saddled with student loan debt and a slow job market. But millennial women have another problem: they aren't saving.
A gauge of manufacturing in New York state rose in June, as new orders climbed to its highest level in nearly four years.
Intense compounding of leverage-fueled return rates on "safe" hard assets led many Gen Xers into part-time landlord gigs that then failed.