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A retired CIA officer has been involved in an investigation for an unlikely paymaster—Uber, CNBC has learned.
Theme park opens its doors to crowds eager for an experience that was "authentically Disney and distinctly Chinese."
Amgen said Wednesday that it has seen positive results for the chronic-migraine prevention drug it has been developing with Novartis.
Netflix analyzed the binge-watching behavior of its subscribers and found certain genres are more bingeable than others.
It's possible to hatch a chicken outside a shell. Here's how — and why — you could do it.
Tom McClellan, editor of The McClellan Market Report, says if you want to know who will pull ahead in the polls, look to equity markets.
The actor, along with Silicon Valley VCs, has invested in an ethical venture that aims to loosen DeBeer's stronghold on the diamond market.
Longtime GOPer Ken Langone blasts Donald Trump's comments about a Mexican-American judge but says he still plans to support Trump.
The market is miscalculating when the Fed will hike interest rates, according to Matarin Capital hedge fund manager Nili Gilbert.
Over the past five years, European equities have been highly sensitive to moves in the U.S. market.
Americans are retiring later, but that's not the whole story.
Without a rainy day fund, taking out a personal loan or line of credit may be the way to go.
CNBC has obtained a report that shows the murky world of smuggling Syrians out of their home country, often taking them to the U.S.-Mexican border.
CNBC reveals the 2016 Disruptor 50 list, identifying start-ups out ahead of big consumer and business shifts, and already worth billions.
CNBC's No. 1 disruptor has set its sights on another lucrative niche in the auto market that technology left behind: auto finance.
The mutual fund giant invests in disruptive start-ups raising late-stage financing. It's goal: to be in the game before they go public.
The 2016 CNBC Disruptor list reveals that top-tier start-ups are raising VC at record levels and growing to billion-dollar valuations.
An on-demand T-shirt business that manufactures in the USA has inked a deal with the NFL and wooed top-flight venture capital backers.
The chief executive officers of two hotel titans say they are unfazed by recent bearish first-quarter industry data.
Fintech has created a host of start-ups intent on stealing market share from old-school banks, but there are plenty of obstacles ahead.