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RBC Capital's Helima Croft explains why she expects oil to go higher despite a number of misdirection plays.
Gold's tumble in the wake of strong U.S. data has chastened at least a few bulls, even while others are unapologetically optimistic.
Despite beards being popular, razor blade sales are on the rise — which suggests shaving is learning to coexist with the boom in facial hair.
Tony Dwyer, Canaccord Genuity chief market strategist, discusses Zika's potential impact on U.S. markets.
Theft is the fourth-most-common homeowners claim, and incidents spike amid summer travel. How to protect your home.
There's more to virtual and augmented reality than mesmerized "Pokemon Go" players wandering the streets.
Hackers are making a fortune stealing customer info on financial apps. It's time to monitor your transactions and your passwords.
The video-game industry, seeking more diversity, is turning to women who are taking advantage of some unique training programs.
CNBC looks at jobs and wage data to gauge the impact in battleground states in this year's presidential election.
The opioid drug crisis could become a big hurdle for states wooing businesses by touting their great quality of life and workforce.
Hillary Clinton nearly doubled her lead over Donald Trump since July in a new NBC News-Wall Street Journal poll conducted after the conventions.
In Silicon Valley, entrepreneurs and engineers try to "hack" their brains and bodies with fasting, supplements and smart drugs called nootropics.
The government forecasts price deflation for key protein food categories this year, and that's tough for some grocers to swallow.
A growing crop of start-ups, like Evelo bikes, are targeting the deep pockets of an older generation, according to The New York Times.
Some states offer better protections for working parents, but high child-care costs can still crush your budget.