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If you want to live like a prince in Manhattan, here's your chance: A 10,500-square-foot triplex apartment, once owned by a prince, is up for sale for $48.5 million.
Americans have been on a protein-adding craze, throwing powder into smoothies and sprinkling it on foods.
A $75,000 diamond Apple Watch is now a thing.
Madonna was one of the most-hotly anticipated acts at this year's Brits. And she didn't disappoint.
Phil Ehart, "Kansas" drummer, and Rich Williams, "Kansas" guitarist, tell the story of the band's forty-year career and discuss the upcoming documentary, "Miracles Out of Nowhere."
LeBron James threw a jab at McDonald's, which is a problem because the fast food giant has an endorsement deal with the NBA superstar.
Retirees have more freedom to decide where they want to live, according to a new study. Their top picks for places to relocate.
U.S. wine export revenue reached $1.49 billion in 2014, the second-highest level ever, according to the Wine Institute.
As Texas Roadhouse looks for additional growth beyond its flagship casual dining chain, it has quietly opened a new fast-food restaurant.
Credit scores largely determine access to credit and the ability to own a home, car or start a business—and how much you'll pay.
A look at eight areas where a so-so credit score—anything under 720—can impact how you'll pay, or whether you get to "play" at all.
The last of 450 Bugatti Veyron models is set to go on display at the Geneva Motor Show next week. NBC News reports.
The most expensive listings on Zillow have lots to offer, like a private pond, mountain view, 23 bedrooms, and hefty price tags.
The WEE network can reach 3-4 million subscribers in 3-5 years, chief strategy and financial officer George Barrios said.
Diageo is putting electronic stickers on its whiskey bottles which will be able to communicate directly with drinkers' smartphones.
Wall Street might be wary of gobbling up Shake Shack stock, but the chain is dominating social media.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan and Melissa Lee discuss whether bringing jetpacks to the masses would be a good idea.
It's time for financial advisors ignoring social media to get over it. You don't need to post snarky tweets; you do need a social presence.
There's a new mortgage crisis brewing — only this one is completely different than the one in 2008, says bank analyst Dick Bove.