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if a group of three NFL fans have their way, the Internet will replace all mentions of the Washington Redskins with "less offensive options."
Thanks to irreversible socioeconomic changes, most Americans have to radically change their idea of what retirement looks like.
A new book claims Bitcoin will someday replace the whole global financial system, doing the job of banks and insurance companies.
President Obama will meet with young civil rights leaders, politicians and law enforcement as protests continue over Ferguson. NBC reports.
The 4% investment withdrawal rate in favor since the early 1990s no longer guarantees retirement income, says Betterment CEO Jon Stein.
About 95 percent of households donate to charities, averaging about $3,000 per household contribution. Sharon Epperson offers tips on how to give wisely.
For decades, retirees have counted on utilities to pay big dividends and cover interest on bonds, but that was before solar took off.
The manufacturing sector slowed in November to its lowest rate of growth since January, while new orders and output also fell to their lowest levels since January.
Oil stocks have taken a beating, but companies that run on energy have taken the Dow Transports to new highs.
An Irish entrepreneur has launched an anonymous messaging app aimed at the business elite, with messages that self-destruct in 24 hours.
What can a million dollars buy you in our reporters' hometowns? CNBC went across the country to find out.
Apple shares took a big dive Monday morning. Here's why some analysts think the stock tanked.
This Washington policymaker faces a daunting set of tasks, says Politico's Ben White.
Intel is making news in both the hardware and the software space, and has a new ad campaign with a well-known TV actor. The Tech Bet breaks it down.
Several of the world's key commodities -- including oil, gas, gold and corn -- have been suffering the worst months of trading since 2008.
Using flawless English and an insider’s knowledge of Wall Street, the cybercriminals have gained access to the inboxes of top health care executives.
Watch out world, the Girl Scouts are going digital to sell you cookies.
Veteran actor Kirk Douglas is not dead, contrary to what an obituary that appeared on People magazine's website might have you believe.
Jubilant equity investors have been piling into ETFs in the last few months, triggering a number of cautionary signals for stocks.
Thanksgiving is over and Christmas songs are officially playing on repeat. 'Tis the season for another congressional crisis.
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Playboy on Thursday launched its completely safe-for-work mobile app Playboy NOW, part of a strategy to make more mainstream content.
CNBC takes an inside look at the new office Facebook needed after the company topped the 10,000 employee mark.
A new sonar system is inspired by one of mother nature’s masters: the bat. Welcome to biomimetics.
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.