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An exclusive analysis of more than 2.5 million portfolios tracked by SigFig found that, on average, women outperformed male investors.
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The dreaded task of staying in shape has been simplified thanks to the wide range of fitness trackers available in the market. CNBC checks them out.
The referral method of finding a financial advisor has met its match—namely, Match.com-like sites that set up investors with advisors.
Robert Shiller, the academic who made his name predicting the housing collapse, suggests 2 things investors must do now.
The JPMorgan Chase CEO criticized bad workers and D.C. politicians for slowing down the economy on Thursday.
The impact of this oil bust in Texas will be tempered by wider strength in the U.S. economy and a more diversified economic base in the state.
The CEO of major oil giant Total told CNBC he was not convinced U.S. energy independence would happen any time soon.
You can easily find yourself owing taxes on your Social Security if you're not careful about when and how you pull money from taxable accounts.
A majority of Americans prefer a partner who is money smart rather than good-looking. That's making credit score-based dating a hot scene.
A two-minute video featuring U.S. President Barack Obama clowning around marks a sea change in the way political campaigns are being run.
Houston's hot housing market hasn't seen any impact from lower oil prices yet, but everyone is expecting it to cool at some point.
"We're at a high level, but a reasonable level," said venture capital and private equity pioneer Glenn Hutchins, who also cited a big reason to stay invested in stocks.
An extremely rare 100-carat emerald cut diamond is heading to the auction block in April.
The nationwide measles outbreak that started at Disneyland in Southern California is now hitting home in the tech community in Northern California.
Drexel Burnham Lambert, the investment bank famous for the high-yield or "junk" bonds it pioneered, filed for bankruptcy on Feb. 13, 1990.
Nothing says Valentine's Day for takeout like sushi, according to GrubHub data.
Apple has introduced a new security feature, previously only available for iCloud and iTunes accounts, for iMessage and FaceTime, The Guardian newspaper reported.
Drexel collapsed 25 years ago, but alumni of the once powerful investment bank are now in some of Wall Street's most powerful posts.
Sarissa Capital, which has a seat on Ariad Pharmaceuticals' board, is seeking to replace the company's CEO and may mount a proxy fight, a source said.
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