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Kellyanne Conway, Donald Trump's campaign manager, on Monday rebutted criticisms that her candidate was not nearly as charitable as he has claimed.
During big benefits for Hurricane Sandy and 9/11, Trump gave "not one dime!" David Tepper tells CNBC.
Why do people take bad financial advice from their friends and family? Because hearsay is easier than reality, say financial advisors.
Sunday night's decision by the FBI to take no action against Hillary Clinton is unlikely to change things much, says an academic specialist.
Toys R Us will open for business on Thanksgiving Day at 5 p.m. local time for 30 hours of continuous shopping.
Security researchers have found vulnerabilities with the machines some Americans will use to vote. Plus, many machines use out of date technology.
David Stockman, who served as the Director of the Budget under President Ronald Reagan, urged investors to sell stocks and bonds ahead of the election.
JPMorgan study shows that when daylight saving time ends, there's a 3.5 percent drop in credit card spending in the following 30 days.
More than a few people hope the loaded catchphrases the election inspired on social media may come to an end after the votes are cast.
Multipronged attacks using everyday "smart home" devices are likely to become increasingly commonplace in a technology-dependent world, experts say.
The S&P 500 closed lower on Friday for the ninth straight session — the first time it has experienced that many losses in a row in nearly 36 years.
The Patriots QB says while he thinks the NFL is still great — there are a lot of distractions that may be leading to less viewership.
Happy birthday! Besides cake and candles, there are are financial steps you should take. Here's what they are.
A Fed hike won't come before December, but now is the time for investors to protect their wealth from higher interest rates.
After several companies took a stand against opening on Thanksgiving Day, the list of retailers sticking with holiday hours is growing.
Google's Android grabbed a record market share in the third-quarter at the expense of Apple's iOS which posted a decline.
Venture capital optimism jumped the most since early 2012 after a handful of technology IPOs showed solid debuts.
The West Virginia attorney general says Mylan could be liable for more than the $465 million the company agreed to pay.
While many have dismissed Trump's overtures to African-Americans as cynical, the GOP nominee has occasionally recognized real problems.
Oil prices plunged after a record 14.4 million barrel jump in U.S. crude supply, and they could continue to fall toward $40 a barrel, unless OPEC and global producers make progress on a production deal.