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While stocks might not chalk up another year of double-digit percentage gains next year, investors will be glad they stayed in the market.
Sure, banks got a change they have long wanted to Dodd-Frank, but it will come with huge costs, says Politico's Ben White.
Best Buy issued an apology for a tweet that made light of a real-life killing that happened outside of one of its stores in 1999.
The stock market will get its first real taste of Hadoop on Friday, when Hortonworks, a seller of the software, debuts on Nasdaq.
Hallucinogenic mushrooms have been discovered on the grounds of Buckingham Palace in London, NBC News reports.
It's easier to avoid the use-it-or-lose it proposition of flexible spending accounts. Some purchases may benefit your bottom line more than others.
Nearly 1 in 6 Americans go hungry. Most at risk: children and the elderly. Companies are rushing to help during the holidays.
It was a rough night for the IPO business.
This $5.25 million home, nestled in Orlando, Florida's Lake Nona Golf & Country Club, is the perfect retreat.
Producer prices fell more than expected in November, the Labor Department said on Friday; a plunge in gasoline prices drove the decline.
Former Energy Secretary Bill Richardson also tells CNBC the United States should lift the ban on exporting American oil and natural gas.
Heels have also been a controversial symbol in the battleground of sexual politics. Now a scientific study in France has measured their power.
U.S. prosecutors faced widening fallout from the insider trading decision as some existing cases threatened to unravel.
The global economy muddled along this year, with the resurgence in the U.S. offsetting slowing growth elsewhere. So, where does this leave us in 2015?
Once an investing plan is in place, regular rebalancing will keep it in shape - at least, that's the conventional wisdom.
As Congress struggles to pass a budget before it adjourns for the holidays, the expensive military retirement system is again front and center.
After School, the controversial social networking app for high school students, has been removed from Apple’s App Store for the second time in a week.
Canadian yogawear chain Lululemon Athletica reported a better-than-expected profit, helped by a rise in online sales.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi mounted a last-ditch effort to block a spending bill, sparking fresh fears of a looming government shutdown.
The confluence of many bad events will cause an avocado price spike and supply shortage in the coming months.
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Chairman of the Fisher House Foundation, Ken Fisher, discusses the Hero Miles program with CNBC's Dina Gusovsky. During Military Appreciation Month, Fisher is asking every traveler to donate 1,000 of their miles to replenish the Hero Miles programs that is in danger of running out.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer on why this market can't stop, won't stop.
Your Grateful Nation is dedicated to helping Special Forces veterans enter the corporate world and Knot Standard provides complimentary suits to vets. Mad Money's Jim Cramer spoke with Rob Clapper, Your Grateful executive director; John Ballay, Knot Standard co-founder and president; Tej Gill, retired U.S. Navy Seal; and Darren McB, active duty U.S. Navy Seal.