Francine Lai, Gerber Kawasaki, and Ryan Payne, Payne Capital Management, weigh in on how Millenials are trading based off Donald Trump's Twitter account.
The average grandparent gives thousands of dollars in money and time each year to benefit a grandchild. Can you afford the bill?
Millennials earn 20 percent less than boomers did at the same stage of life, despite being better educated.
Robert Manduca at Harvard University talks about why growth in the U.S. hasn't translated into greater upward mobility.
Aymeric Lacroix at Swarovski talks about the legacy brand's attempt to engage its millennials consumers better.
Edward Stark at Accenture talks about interests, brand loyalty and travel preferences among millennials in the region.
Board games are returning as a mainstream entertainment thanks to child-less millennials looking for a new way to socialize with friends.
Startups are providing travelers with the opportunity to absorb cultural experiences, from ikebana classes in Japan to truffle hunting in Italy.
Half of millennials have a life insurance policy. Should you?
The youngest workers at your office aren't using up all of their days off. You probably aren't, either. Here's why you should change that.
The Cruise Lines International Association estimates 25.3 million passengers will set sail next year.
Jeffrey Foo at Infinitus Productions talks about novelty event Illumi Run.
Privacy.com has a way keep thieves out of your checking account.
Credit Suisse says Kellogg's U.S. cereal sales in the fourth quarter are tracking to a 2 percent year-over-year decline.
Chef'd will be selling Quaker "Overnight Oats" meals for $10 for two.
We sat down with the co-founders of Mic, Reddit, and Hearsay to discuss the ever-changing news industry and how millennials are changing the game.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports from Lafayette College, the home of the oldest student-run investing club, and speaks with club co-president Othman Guennoum about millennial investors and post-election investment strategy.
Live-steaming in China is the next big thing, says Allen Zhu, MD at GSR Ventures.
Millennials in China are sparking ideas that take social media and live streaming to new monetary heights.
Live-streaming could grow into a $5 billion industry in China by 2017, according to Credit Suisse.