U.S. small business optimism edged higher in November as manufacturers led a gain in newly created jobs. But Main Street remains cautious.» Read More
Did you spend the holidays with a glass of egg nog in one hand and your BlackBerry in the other? You sir, just may be a workaholic! Here are 20 questions to tell if you're a workaholic.
It's that time of year — time for performance reviews! Stop rolling your eyes and use this opportunity to get what you want at work. Here are 10 questions to ask at your performance review.
Some tax deductions are obvious but there are some things you wouldn’t believe you can deduct! If you've got the stomach to itemize, it could save you a lot of money. Check out these 12 wacky tax deductions.
Gone for 2010 but on the books again in 2011—the estate tax will have changes that should make it less painful for taxpayers.
You thought the tax debate in Congress this week was about extending the Bush tax cuts, right? Or unemployment insurance? It’s also about a long list of smaller tax provisions that have been salted into the bill, unrelated provisions that benefit special interests.
Over 80 different industries license franchises. So when CNBC asked me to make predictions for 2011, it took me a while to figure out how to eat this elephant. A normally complicated world for making predictions becomes even more complicated when franchise is thrown into the mix. But here goes...
Congratulations, financial advisers and accountants — You've just been named one of the most depressing jobs ever! Here, maybe you should lie down for a minute ...
The New York Jets' Darrelle Revis is among a number of athletes who are seeking federal trademark protection for their names, nicknames and even their catchphrases, the New York Times reports.
Whether you're asking for a raise or complaining about a co-worker, more often than not, your communication with the boss is all about ME ME ME. How's that working out for you? For better results, try one of these 20 Ways to Manage Your Boss.
Labs like Full Spectrum and Steep Hill are springing up to serve the medical marijuana dispensaries and patients in states like Colorado and California to test the strength and purity of the drug.
Prices have been dropping nationwide over the past three to four years, with medical marijuana states like Oregon and Montana home to the lowest prices.
The legalization of medical marijuana in several states has paved the way for a budding edible medical marijuana industry. Small businesses in states such as Colorado and California are making treats such as candy, cookies or soda.
President Obama announced a broad "framework" with Republicans that would extend all Bush-era tax cuts for two years, keep the dividend and capital gains tax at 15 percent and temporarily cut payroll and Social Security taxes.
If your favorite restaurant seems a bit busier, that's because it probably is, and economists see that as a sign of growing consumer confidence.
Office holiday parties seem like harmless occasions for festivity but throw in free food and drink and they can be a recipe for career disaster. You have to think of them like staff meetings only in fancy clothes. Before you go, read this list of 10 things to avoid saying at this year's office holiday party.
It's almost an open secret: American businesses are on strike.
Starting this year, small business owners are hoping to make "Small Business Saturday" a national success. One small business owner offers his opinion on what makes his and other family-owned businesses so unique and so successful.
The turducken has long been a Thanksgiving punchline, thanks to John Madden, but it's a very real, very tasty alternative to the traditional turkey. Here, all your most-pressing questions are answered about this triple threat of Thanksgiving meat.
As the question of extending the Bush tax cut remains up in the air, President George W. Bush defended the cuts on CNBC Monday, saying that they lead to job growth.
For a show about nothing, "Seinfeld" really taught us a lot about life. Well, a couple of armchair scholars say it also taught us a lot about the economy — from the "Soup Nazi" to Elaine's "spongeworthy" test.