Solar power is expanding its reach in U.S. homes, but utilities are pushing back against what they consider a free-rider problem.
Wall Street is spending more on the midterms than ever before—particularly in support of the GOP.
Add sharing and giving back to working hard, respecting money and learning to save as basic skills children should learn.
Consumers seem hesitant to make the switch from renting to buying.
Wall Street is starting to take more clients and business partners on mud runs and to spin classes.
E-cig consumption is on track to pass regular cigarettes in a decade, but for now, rules on where you can smoke are often unclear.
After the death of a husband, many widows find breaking up with an advisor is relatively easy to do.
You may be better off renting, or sharing, big-ticket items from boats and cars to power tools.
Holiday shopping is a marathon, not a sprint. Prepare now to make sure you'll score the best deals.
The residential solar market is on fire, but the trend could disrupt some traditional energy companies.
Retail experts disagree on whether falling oil prices will bring in more foot traffic and help holiday sales.
A number of brands have turned the tables, first developing their virtual presence, and then building a physical store.
Although the official reveal will take place on Saturday, Ferrari teased the debut on its website Friday.
"The Marijuana Show" allows for pot-entrepreneurs to compete for rare investment opportunities for their start-up ideas.
A look at some of the most famous family business feuds—from the breakup to the makeup and everything in between.
A new survey lists the top college majors that make someone the most employable.
One Barcelona comedy club is now charging by the laugh.
Microsoft CEO's gaffe reveals larger issues in the tech sector—too few women in roles and little capital going to women-founded start-ups.
Financial advisors say that 10 to 15 years before retirement is the time for workers to check whether their savings are on track.
With billions of dollars of company wealth at stake, the unusually secretive trial could end with the largest divorce judgment in history.
CNBC's Mandy Drury and Dominic Chu made Power Pitch products from 2014 part of their Christmas lists.
When the financial crisis put Wall Street analyst Lisa Rochelle out of work, she found that changing careers was a piece of cake.
CNBC's Susan Li looks back at the week's top business and financial stories. Good news for the economy this week, as the Dow reached 18,000 for the first time. Sony released "The Interview." And Walmart announced wage hikes.