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By: John W. Schoen
Trump's pick for Labor secretary, Alexander Acosta, brings to the job a record of more than two decades of public service. » Read More
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A memorial at the European Central Bank's new headquarters in Frankfurt honors thousands of Jews who were sent from there to concentration camps.
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During the VP debate, Mike Pence won for himself but not for Donald Trump, a Trump advisor tells CNBC.
Companies in September created jobs at the slowest pace in six months as the labor market showed further signs of tightening.
Target is cutting the ribbon on its 45,000-square-foot Tribeca store, its latest effort to penetrate urban markets with smaller shops.
Brokerage windows give stock jockeys a chance to put their skills to work in their 401(k). They may risk their entire nest egg, however.
Central bankers have turned investing into a game with an unpleasant outcome likely, the bond king said.
We are currently in a "multiyear bottoming process for rates" thanks to global market volatility, says Nuveen's Bob Doll.
Over half of assets in mutual funds and exchange-traded funds are now passively invested, meaning they follow an index of some sort.
Donald Trump's campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, tells CNBC the Republican presidential nominee has the right to defend himself.
Companies tend to cut their guidance ahead of elections, according to new research from Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Low-income shoppers are seen fueling an anticipated increase in holiday spending this year, a new study has found.
The number of Manhattan real estate sales fell 19 percent, as wealthy individuals from the U.S. and overseas pulled back their spending.
Millennials need to be careful when family and friends offer financial pointers, as times and strategies have changed.
Nearly $1 billion has flowed to Canadian stocks this year as its market surges. The "what if Trump wins" effect? Hardly.
Fallout from Congress's veto override of a bill allowing US citizens to sue Saudi Arabia for damages related to 9/11 is already apparent.
Investors need to watch where they take risk as the global economic dynamic begins to shift, BlackRock's Richard Turnill warns on CNBC.
Traders explain which ETFs are the best picks in the fourth quarter.