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What's on Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff's wish list this holiday season? It's high-tech and high up!
Investors are going to the mattresses, stuffing their money there until they get better clarity on the Fed's intentions for interest rates.
With the new year around the corner, here are six key questions that investors should be asking, says Mark Haefele.
Another meeting...again?! Meetings can be big taste wasters. But here's how to change that...for good.
Frank Sinatra didn't make it to 100, but the business of Frank Sinatra is still going strong.
Farmers will be hit hard by climate change. Here's how Prince Albert of Monaco is trying to help them out.
Art Cashin shares his expectations for markets, the Fed and oil in 2016.
From oil to the market and more, CNBC contributors offer their predictions for 2016.
The Fed itself is expecting the auto industry to feel some reverberations once the rate-hiking cycle begins in earnest.
Consider yourself warned: PayPal's chief risk officer predicts how fraudsters will step up their game up in 2016.
Lies in the political arena are too common. The plummeting trust in government is a sign for candidates to stop the dishonesty, says Andrew Tisch.
Times have changed, it is now more environmentally friendly and profitable to use renewable energy, says Oscar-winning director Charles Ferguson.
Griffin deliberated for months over which candidate to support, giving $100,000 to PACs supporting Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush.
Wall Street has tamped down stock market expectations in 2016 for a variety of reasons.
The last IPO of the year is set to price tonight, and it has the distinction of being the ONLY IPO in December, a rare event.
When gas prices started to fall, consumers were almost in a state of disbelief. But now, it finally seems to be sinking in.
What does Warby Parker co-founder Neil Blumenthal want for the holidays? A trip to this exotic destination—and a drone to shoot the photos!
Big pharma is angry over the TPP but the pact actually does more to promote drug innovation than any trade agreement in history, says this professor.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch analyst Savita Subramanian has a crystal ball with a 10-year window on it, and she likes what she sees.
This year's climate talks are different—and the US has a distinct advantage, say these BCG energy consultants. Here's why.