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Researchers reported that those who add a little olive oil to their diets have lower risk of breast cancer. NBCNews reports.
Stocks of companies that outspend on lobbying tend to outperform, according to data from investment firm Strategas.
While the market anxiously awaits a Thursday Fed decision on interest rates, Main Street is quietly going about its business.
Do homebuyers care about rising rates? The short answer is: Sort of. Here's why.
"Typically we raise interest rates when things are boiling. They're not boiling," Caterpillar's Doug Oberhelman tells CNBC.
The NFL is teaming up with Snapchat to make it easier for football fans to share content on the popular social platform.
With an average net worth of $165,700 for Americans 55 to 64, those five years from retirement should conduct a thorough financial checkup.
The tech giant introduced new upgrades on its Fire product line, complete with a new operating system, 'Bellini.'
Meeting inflation has spurred a whole industry of gurus looking for ways to make meetings more efficient.
Gold traders are hoping to hear a dovish statement from the Fed, but that still might not save gold from its continued slide, some traders argue.
Analysts and technical analysts are falling in love with one consumer health technology name. Here's why.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen has made clear she would rather delay an interest rate hike, a conviction that will face its sharpest test yet on Thursday.
Barely sliding into the main-stage competition, the ascendant Carly Fiorina was the clear-cut victor of the night, just as she was in her first debate.
The average millennial married couple will receive nearly $2 million in lifetime retirement and health benefits under current law.
"If the Fed raise rates a little bit, it will have an impact all over the world, particularly in emerging markets," David Rubenstein said.
GM has agreed to pay $900 million to end an investigation into its handling of defective ignition switches that are linked to 124 deaths.
The number of Americans filing new applications for benefits fell, suggesting the market continued to strengthen despite a tightening financial market.
Groundbreaking dropped 3 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual pace of 1.13 million-units, the Commerce Department said.
T. Rowe Price Chairman and Chief Investment Officer Brian Rogers tells CNBC he has a "sneaking suspicion" policymakers may pull the trigger.
A Wal-Mart worker group that has been one of the loudest voices pushing the retailer to boost wages and improve conditions has splintered.
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Jay Leno tells one viewer how the modifications he made to his Porsche will affect the car's value.
A major scandal is erupting in the multibillion-dollar industry of fantasy sports, the New York Times reports.
The greatest global risk is running out of water for our 7.3 billion inhabitants. Here's a look at countries hard-hit.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports that Amtrak threatened to suspend some train service unless Congress extends a deadline for adding safety technology
Chris Grove, Legal Sports Report, and Daniel Wallach, sports & gambling attorney, Becker & Poliakoff, discuss whether the 'insider trading' scandal is enough to bring in the government as a regulator.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses bond prices and yields.