PE funds are changing the way they invest as valuations rise to keep the cash flowing.
Most advisors see reverse mortgages as an ill-advised last resort, but others say it can be a useful retirement-planning tool for seniors.
New data analysis shows which NASCAR drivers will have the best mathematical chances of making the Chase.
Household debt across Asia is raising red flags, but the official data may not capture the full picture for families around the region.
Web lenders have proliferated during six years of record low interest rates. With the Fed signaling rate hikes, they must navigate new terrain.
Starbucks and Danone on Tuesday will begin selling a smoothie line at more than 4,300 U.S. Starbucks shops as part of a Greek yogurt partnership.
An intestinal illness called Shigellosis and carried by international travelers is spreading across the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
U.S. stocks snapped a two-day losing streak on Thursday as investors digested economic data and set up for Friday's jobs report.
Oil prices closed down as officials announced they had reached solutions on key parameters on Iran's nuclear program.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell, suggesting the market continues to expand at a solid clip.
Stanford University just became more accessible to these prospective students.
Greece has told its creditors it will run out of money on April 9, making an appeal for more loans before reforms are agreed and implemented.
A new retirement report offers guidelines for how much to set aside each year to retire well.
It's wise to ask whether the 4 percent withdrawal rule is valid. The answer depends on asset allocation, time horizon and portfolio costs.
The new Obamacare enrollment numbers show that you can't fix stupid, says Jake Novak. But wait—he's got an idea.
A great jobs number could be awful for stocks, says David Seaburg of Cowen & Co.
The onus for restoring the oil price back to an equilibrium lies on the shoulders of countries like the U.S., a top Goldman Sachs analyst told CNBC.
A tipping point may be coming. A crowded marketplace was already pressuring winemakers to cut prices. Now, the drought is pushing up costs.
Jim Cramer makes a call for investors to snap up these stocks in the oil patch. The positives cannot be ignored!
Luxury goods firms have been hesitant to embrace new digital trends, but as the industry faces a slowdown companies must evolve, analysts say.