Home sellers may be daunted by renovations, but there are other ways to improve a house's prospects.
The only way to get more Obamacare signups is to cut minimum requirements, athenahealth CEO Jonathan Bush tells CNBC.
The government may not be able to pay its bills as soon as February if lawmakers do not raise the federal debt ceiling.
But oilman Harold Hamm tells CNBC he doesn't expect the U.S. to be a net exporter of crude.
Aid can only go so far in helping nations like South Africa. And that’s according to rock star and Africa guru Bono.
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As it bleeds red ink, BlackBerry is turning to a familiar name to help staunch its losses.
Verizon vowed to issue semi-annual reports on government requests for customer data, drawing praise from privacy advocates.
If the toxic mix of extended family, alcohol and hyperactive children gets too much over Christmas, here are some tips to win the argument.
Shoppers should take precautions if they are of Target's 40 million customers whose data was stolen this holiday season.
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The Facebook CEO is selling 41.4 million shares of Facebook worth around $2.3 billion.
The Toyota Camry is safer, and that's why Consumer Reports recommends it again.
With 40 million payment accounts compromised, Target customers may shop elsewhere for the rest of the holiday season.
Decreasing sales and fewer visitors aren't Red Lobster's only problems: Expensive shrimp due to a widespread disease are also hurting.
As the U.S. airline industry shrinks, dozens of smaller cities are scrambling to maintain their economic lifelines.
The Fed's move aside, mortgage applicants should worry about other news—from Fannie and Freddie.
Even with stocks surging to record highs, traders see upside and are looking to Santa to provide some of the lift.
It's almost here—the after-Christmas rush to return unwanted presents. A few big retailers have tightened up the rules.
As Twitter builds out its business it must be careful to not change too much too fast, industry experts say.
With Christmas around the corner, Suze gives the gift of financial knowledge in a new Best Calls You've Never Heard show.
Before you spend your hard-earned money this year, be sure to catch this holiday eye-opener. It could change your mind about how much you plan to spend.
Pat, who's 50, asks Suze if he can afford to spend $5,600 to buy a golf cart.