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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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Emanuel has been the target of Trump's barbs over surging gun violence and the "sanctuary" Chicago provides illegal immigrants. » Read More
The perennial bull sees great things ahead for stocks like Foot Locker and Michael Kors.
The billionaire hedge fund manager cut back on some of his biggest bets in the energy sector and sold off other names during the second quarter.
GE installed a wireless sensor network to detect and predict when volcanoes erupt, and is capturing the scientific trip on social media.
While footing the bill for kids athletics, some parents admit they're sidelining their own financial goals.
Just as Japan's forgone economic clout was once a source of alarm, the $18.4 billion China has sunk into the U.S. is stoking new concerns.
Snapchat's custom geofilters are letting individuals and businesses promote their events. One platform helps users create their own filter.
An MIT team developed "self-shading windows" they say can turn totally opaque several times faster than current designs.
Many U.S. voters have shown this year that they're skittish on foreign trade, but two close U.S. allies are moving in the opposite direction.
Wal-Mart's proposed acquisition of Jet.com will help differentiate the world's largest retailer from the competition, Macy's CEO Terry Lundgren says.
Nvidia has been the top tech stock over the past year, on excitement about artificial intelligence and autonomous driving.
Donald Trump defends himself on CNBC against criticism that he had suggested the use of violence against Hillary Clinton.
Entitlement spending and pension funding are huge issues no one is addressing right now, Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson tells CNBC.
Reverse mortgages can provide retirees with much-needed guaranteed income but they might not be a good fit for everyone.
Low taxes and a strong talent base lofted this city to the top spot in the CNBC Metro 20: America's Best Places to Start a Business ranking.
Hillary Clinton will release her 2015 tax returns this week to put pressure on Donald Trump to do so, sources told CNBC.
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Young savers fret about their finances, but paying down student loans isn't their top source of stress. Guess what's number one?
Munster: Apple is preparing for a future in which virtual and augmented reality will replace screens.
The world's 2,473 billionaires are keeping 22.2 percent of their total net worth in cash, according to the Wealth-X Billionaire Census.
Apple's next Pro line might include a touch-screen strip, slimmer screen, powerful graphics and a Touch ID scanner, Bloomberg reported.