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It's assumed that winning teams generate fans' interest and ticket revenue, but some experts say that formula doesn't always hold up.
Companies with more female or LGBT senior staff outperform those that do not, according to a Credit Suisse report.
The CEO of Shake Shack told CNBC on Friday that he isn't too picky when it comes to one of America's favorite comfort foods.
The mastermind behind the popular gaming app Trivia Crack shares his tips for how to come up with the next killer app.
George Milling-Stanley, head of strategy for the team supporting the $33 billion SPDR Gold (GLD) ETF, thinks gold has room left to run.
Drew Rosenhaus told CNBC on Thursday that the Heisman winner has five days to get treatment — or he will no longer represent him.
The Kremlin has apologized over Putin’s accusations that Goldman Sachs was behind one of the papers that publicized the Panama Papers.
Ellison shares how he worked his way from part-time associate to the executive level.
Golf has had a rough history in China, but as of this week it's officially legal to play the game again, according to The Guardian.
Meet power couple Kevin and Maggie Callahan. Under Armour paid $150 million for Kevin's app, and Maggie's latest venture is booming.
Sharp's new pint-size RoBoHoN phone is a robot that walks.
John Slattery followed a car that he believed had cut him off on a Connecticut highway, four days before, and confronted the woman driver.
Tina Roth-Eisenberg wants her company, Tattly, to be to temporary tattoos what Kleenex is to tissues. She's off to a good start.
New data from Kayak.com reveals that flight searches are trending upward for cities that aren't among the usual suspects for summer travel.
The super rich know how to treat themselves, whether it's eating the world's most expensive omelette or ordering a set of custom pearly whites.
Amazon introduced the eight generation of its Kindle e-readers.
Bradley Birkenfeld, a former UBS banker who blew the whistle on tax dodges, told CNBC he believes the CIA may be behind the Panama Papers leak.
Countries around the world have very different — and sometimes confusing — standards for moderate or "low-risk" alcohol consumption.
A tight budget doesn't have to hold a business down. Entrepreneurs of three successful companies share how they made every dollar count.
A new survey of more than 800 millionaires around the world ranked the Bellagio the No. 1 hotel in the world among millionaires.