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Big bank buybacks and dividends may be as much about the institutions’ financial engineering as any improvement in their health.
InsuranceQuotes.com found that making a single claim of at least $2,000 to your auto insurance can kick your premium up an average of 41 percent.
Wealthy investors estimate they will need a $2.5 million nest egg to retire, according to a new survey.
Mortgage rates are still much lower than they were a year ago. Heading the busiest home buying season, how much buying power do you have?
It's not all burgers and fries these days at fast food joints as chains fight to meet shifting consumer tastes.
Phillip Morris International on Wednesday announced that Carlos Slim will retire from its board of directors in May.
More finance options and an improving economy have helped women biz owners raise bank loans. Approval rates are up as credit scores improve.
This week's cross-examination could make or break Pao’s case, a gender discrimination suit against her former employer Kleiner.
U.S. Treasury yields are bound to head lower thanks to a mix of European monetary policy and an institutional trade, Mark Grant tells CNBC.
HealthTap is out to let consumers assess prescription drugs the same way they search for clothes, cars and electronics. It's the five-star review.
There's little reason for "fairly generous" U.S. stock multiples to expand further, hedge fund manager David Gerstenhaber tells CNBC.
Bank expert Dick Bove tells investors what to expect from the second round of the Fed's bank stress test.
A mix of models topped the charts in the U.S. News and World Report "Best Cars for Families" annual awards.
The Intercept reported the CIA tried to decrypt Apple device security. "That's what we do," U.S. intelligence official tells CNBC.
Stanford topped new rankings for American MBA programs, breaking a tie with Harvard and Penn.
WalletHub assessed how efficiently America’s largest cities spend taxpayer dollars. Here are the five best and worst.
Chicken chain Chick-fil-A is continuing its nationwide expansion with its first full-menu location in the Big Apple.
On the anniversary of the Nasdaq’s dotcom peak in 2000, we look at the stocks and industries that made up the index, then and now.
January's job openings was at its highest level since January 2001, according to government data released Tuesday.
Spending on prescription drugs in the U.S. rose 13.1% in 2014, the biggest increase in more than a decade, according a report from Express Scripts.
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The hunting and much-publicized death of Cecil the lion has cast a light on the controversial and lucrative business of game hunting in Africa.
Former NBA star Vin Baker is now training to manage a Starbucks franchise in Rhode Island, the Providence Journal reports.
Glenn Fedale on how he turned a summer job working in the gutters into a $60 million roofing and real estate fortune.
Mike Feroli, JPMorgan Chase, provides analysis on the latest GDP data and what could trigger the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates next month.
Richard Bove, Rafferty Capital, explains why he thinks Brian Moynihan is the right man to lead Bank of America. Also Bove shares his thoughts on the departure of CFO Bruce Thompson.
Dan Yergin, IHS chairman provides his outlook on the oil space as concerns surface over demand and market share.