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Jim Cramer said Wednesday that CEO's won't come to Apple's defense regarding the European Union's tax ruling because they're afraid.
A triple weather threat loomed Wednesday with storms set to hit parts of the Gulf Coast, Southeast and Hawaii.
There's no national housing bubble set to take down the economy, but real estate in some major markets might be in trouble, says Ron Insana.
Storms in both the Atlantic and Pacific could affect your Labor Day travel plans.
People with social media followings and high follower engagement can turn their posts into million dollar paychecks.
Greg Carafello is the only twin tower tenant to move to One World Trade. He and his daughter volunteer at the 9/11 museum.
Apple may have been the first big tech company to take advantage of Ireland's tax rates, but the rest of Silicon Valley has since followed.
Jim Cramer takes on a new challenge in the CNBC original documentary "Ground Zero Rising: Freedom vs. Fear."
Real estate will be given its own unique investing class on Sept. 1, separating it from the gang within the financials sector.
Changing the mortgage interest deduction could be worth considering, Mortgage Bankers Association CEO David Stevens tells CNBC.
Ahead of his speech on immigration policy, Donald Trump says he's traveling to Mexico to meet the country's president.
Netflix just revealed on Twitter that the next run of Stranger Things episodes will premiere next year, the Verge reports.
About 70 percent of so-called 1099 workers, including freelancers and contractors, have no long-term retirement savings at all.
Shares of oil drillers are likely to plunge this fall as crude demand drops off in the face of huge stockpiles, Louis Navellier says.
Three high-profile incumbents, including Rubio and McCain, have beat back primary challengers in Tuesday's primaries, NBC News reports.
The line between winners and losers from the European Commission's tax ruling on Apple is not obvious or clear cut.
Sales of million-dollar homes are softening. It's not a correction, but the result of stock volatility and an oversupply of luxury homes.
The Fed will likely meet its U.S. inflation and employment goals soon and should consider quicker interest rate rises over time.
Investors are underestimating the odds that the Fed will raise rates multiple times this year, according to money manager Jeroen Blokland.