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The 401(k) is Americans' main means to save for retirement, but most don't know how to gauge whether a plan is good, putting savings at risk.
Money managers, value investors and analysts are eyeing Dec. 1, when $355 million of notes issued by the Government Development Bank come due.
Here is what a well-respected hedge fund, Lone Pine Capital, is buying, according to an investor letter and regulatory filings.
Absolut is known for its vodka, but its new division is strictly in the online art business. Can it diversify?
A new fiduciary standard for financial advisors regarding retirement accounts is expected to be finalized soon.
This month Apple shipped out about 7 million smartwatches to buyers worldwide. Here's some hidden costs to note before purchasing.
There were widespread whiteouts from Colorado to Kansas, while thousands in the Northwest lost power. NBC News reports.
Last holiday season, Amazon rolled out new deals every 10 minutes.
Elon Musk's Tesla Motors will need to sell electric cars across the globe to succeed, but its biggest challenge is the Chinese market.
FOMC member Jeffrey Lacker also told CNBC terror attacks have not changed his view that the central bank should be increasing interest rates.
On the verge of an IPO, Square is facing a slew of competitors crowding the market for payments processing systems.
Barclays will pay an additional $150 million penalty to New York State's financial regulator, the NYDFS said on Wednesday.
If retailers' doorbuster deals are giving you a sense of deja vu this holiday shopping season, it may not be all in your head.
Starts fell as single-family home construction in the South tumbled, but a surge in building permits suggested the market remained on solid ground.
Customers of Starwood Hotels & Resorts are about Marriott International acquiring the hotel company, reports the NYT
Global markets have settled since the August turmoil, so that it will soon be appropriate to make the policy change, the Atlanta Fed president said.
Fed meeting minutes could be a big deal for markets, showing the central bank is finally ready to raise rates next month — barring any negative surprises.
Gold is getting shellacked. Is it due for a snap back?
Consumers are likely to pull back spending as news of terror threats dominate headlines, analysts told CNBC.
Home loan borrowers seem undeterred by the highest interest rates in five months.