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Putting their alternative take on economics, "Freakonomics" authors have told CNBC that investors might try blind luck rather than the advice of their portfolio manager.
Financial advisors have shifted to fee-based relationships but, without successors, risk seeing their businesses dissolve when they retire.
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One expert says athletes are likely to get a victory in a legal case that could change college sports.
Edward Snowden defended his report of the American government's surveillance programs to spy on its people, and described himself as a patriot.
The fiery fight between the makers of a popular hot sauce and a small Southern California city is apparently over.
Softbank's Masayoshi Son--also the chairman of Sprint--said that Americans don't realize how bad their Internet service really is.
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Dish Network says it will become the largest company yet to accept payment in bitcoin.
Portions of New York City are experiencing significant job growth—particularly in manufacturing.
Intel plans to bring its fully customizable, 3-D printable robot kit to market by the end of the year.
Apple's product lineup for the rest of this year is the best its been in 25 years, said company executive Eddy Cue.
The oceanfront resort made famous in "Some Like it Hot" has sold in a deal that values its rooms in excess of $1 million each.
Toll Brothers' second-quarter profit more than doubled from a year ago thanks to the niche market it serves, the company's CEO said.
Prescription drugs costs will continue playing a key role in medical-related debt and bankruptcies despite the expansion of insurance.
GM's mounting recalls has done little to perturb the public or negatively impact sales, former Chair Bob Lutz told CNBC.
Corn and wheat futures are touching 12-week lows. But here's why they could keep plunging.
Investors may key in on nine S&P 500 companies that have efficiency increased their cash piles in recent months. USA Today reports.
Former Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer was sworn in to the Federal Reserve board, adding to its ranks in a key policy-making period.
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Fishery poaching is wiping out shoreline stocks and pushing poor fishermen from some countries toward piracy.
Al Jazeera America is suing former Vice President Al Gore and Joel Hyatt, the former owners of the TV network that became Al Jazeera America in 2013.
Fed speakers and a big slew of data are on Wall Street's docket for next week, CNBC Executive News Editor Patti Domm reports.
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