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Berkshire Hathaway chairman and CEO Warren Buffett turns 86 today. Years ago he spoke about the best birthday present he ever got.
Oil, Treasurys, currencies, stock indexes ... If you speculate on asset price movements with futures contracts, you can lose money quickly.
When, as the secretary of state, she wasn't mediating conflicts or coordinating foreign policy, Hillary Clinton had another important purpose.
Retail clients are shifting their money into passively managed funds at the highest level since the financial crisis.
Some are questioning whether Mylan's generic EpiPen may net the drugmaker more revenue than the original version.
A $220 million, taxpayer-funded spaceport in New Mexico hopes to be home to big-time commercial space launches. Right now, it's pretty quiet.
Washington College plans to match up to $2,500 in family tuition payments from college savings plans.
Fitbit introduces two new fitness trackers, software updates, new smartwatch accessories and in-app features.
Gen Y: Do you have a co-signer on that student loan? Are you launching a start-up? Here's why you may need life insurance.
Who's responsible for any debt left behind by your loved ones? That depends on the type of debt, but the answer usually is: Not you.
Say goodbye to boring cardboard pizza boxes. Pizza Hut has turned the typical greasy brown box into a flick football game board.
People with three or more chronic illnesses and functional limitations tend to be poorer and older.
It's back-to-school for much of the country, but for some students, school is always in session. Two experts debate the pros and cons to CNBC.
Participants in a nationwide movement to deploy African-American spending power in a more targeted way are depositing cash in black-owned banks.
Instant coffee, an old favorite that's fallen by the wayside, is being given a new spin by a San Francisco-based start-up.
Hack Reactor is one of dozens of coding boot camps across the nation, turning students into software engineers.
Whistle Sports finds teens and young adults don't just want to sit and watch sports clips. They want to create their own videos.
California is poised to join a handful of states that offer a retirement plan to people who don't have one at work.
Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer tells CNBC the decision on whether to hike interest rates should be looking forward not backward.