As we head into the end of the year, there are amazing things happening in the financial markets all surrounding the "Fiscal Cliff."
America's richest citizens are feeling optimistic about the economy, especially the future returns in technology, energy, and health care.
Businesses like restaurants and hotels that rely heavily on low-income workers are trying to decide how to change their business models for the new health care law. NYT reports.
Hoping to drive sales during a slow period in the crucial holiday shopping season, Target joined with Neiman Marcus to debut a designer collection.
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New IRS data show that those making between $1.5 million and $2 million pay the highest average tax rates in the country.
Zynga reached an agreement with Facebook that reduces its dependence on the social networking giant.
As insurance red tape becomes more onerous, more primary care physicians are opting to charge patients a yearly fee for service.
Indian farm machinery maker Mahindra and Mahindra is a possible investor in Aston Martin, whose iconic British sports cars are favoured by 007.
Hurricane Sandy is expected to slam into economic data in the week ahead, which includes Friday's big jobs report.
Upcoming weakness in a number of currencies could push the yellow metal higher, these pros say.
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San Jose, Calif. and Houston recorded the fastest percentage growth in the number of millionaires among the top 10 Metro areas.
The gap between a "low-luxe" mini-size import and a loaded American sedan is getting smaller, and Detroit is betting you'll soon choose more room for a lower price.
A new survey that shows that millionaires are far more dog-friendly than the rest of Americans.
Markets will rally before year end when Washington lawmakers strike a deal to avoid the so-called “fiscal cliff,” U.S. Trust President Keith Banks said Friday on CNBC.
Following Yum! Brands’ soft comps in China, CNBC “Fast Money” pros took positions on what to do with the stock Friday.
An “outperform” rating on Zynga was terribly wrong, but the online gaming company still stands to be profitable next year, Wedbush Securities Managing Director Michael Pachter said Friday on CNBC.
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