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IndyCar legends Mario Andretti and Roger Penske along with second-generation racer Graham Rahal offer thoughts on new auto technologies.
The recent brutal stretch for US stocks has punished hedge fund heavyweight Bill Ackman, who told investors his fund is posting a loss.
From duck decoys to limited-edition sneakers, offbeat collectibles attract investors who crave tangible assets that appreciate in value.
The proposed truce in the burger war is to mark the International Day of Peace. The New York Times reports.
Rubio has put a sweeping tax reform plan at the center of his White House campaign. He sat down with CNBC'S John Harwood in Detroit.
Devastated after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans is in the midst of a study-worthy renaissance, says this Hyatt executive.
Tom Lee, FundStrat Global Advisors. gives investors an idea of typical market behaviors after corrections as well as his sector picks, which include healthcare and technology.
The Food and Drug Administration issued a warning letter to Hampton Creek, citing several alleged violations for its Just Mayo product.
If investors feel a little jaded by the rumblings in financial markets, then "passion" investments like classic cars and fine art may be worth a second look.
Donald Trump told investors to hold onto their stocks amid the market selloff this week, the New York Times reports.
Police intercepted a drone and arrested two men that were trying to fly drugs, tobacco and porn into a state prison in Maryland, U.S.
Celebrity investor Mark Cuban warns the computer-based rapid trading poses risks for investors that can't act as fast as a machine.
Trash 2 Treasure, a student-led initiative at the University of New Hampshire, aims to reduce waste on college campuses around the United States.
Think you're smart? Think again. Entrepreneur and investor Mark Cuban explains what's happening, and what investors should do.
Billionaire investor Mark Cuban explains why he's snagging shares of Facebook and calling the social media giant a dominant force.
Chinese investors tell CNBC their views on Beijing's attempts to prop up equities and the economic outlook.
This ensemble is on track to be named the most controversial Halloween costume of 2015.
Global stock markets are in turmoil. Buy more? Hold tight? Or sell? Financial advisors weigh in on what long-term investors should do.
More retirees and soon-to-be retirees have significant stock exposure. What that means for their prospects?
CNBC crunched the numbers using data analytics platform Kensho to find out whether gold's "safe haven" status holds up.