CNBC talked with former super-agent Molly Fletcher about the mistakes people make in their job negotiations.
A blast of major Chinese economic reports early next week will put any recent rallies in commodities markets to the test.
In a world where working late is a given, one company has come up with an idea: Cap hours at 40 per week, with (almost) no exceptions.
Oil prices recently topped $50 a barrel and UBS says they'll be above $70 within a year. Here's why.
Travelers often hope for more space on airplanes when they fly. Now, one airline is granting one wish: added room for overhead carry-ons.
Despite weak earnings, consumer discretionary presents opportunities, technician Ari Wald said.
Electric car buyers are a passionate bunch, but one thing they don't get excited about is owning their EVs. Seventy-five percent lease.
Former Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn is stepping down as head of Porsche, which technically controls a majority in the German automaker.
Here's a look at new technology geared for consumers looking for convenience. Already, some—like Apple Pay and Uber—have changed society.
ATM maker Diebold Inc. is offering to buy Wincor Nixdorf of Germany in a deal that would value the German company at more than 1.7 billion euros.
The shakeout in emerging markets may have claimed the scalp of one of Wall Street's most successful investors, a report said.
The proposals we've heard so far from Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders aren't going to jump-start the economy, says Larry Kudlow.
Americans are sending big dollars to the government. More than one-third of fiscal year 2015's taxes came from individuals.
A new survey finds an overwhelming majority admitted to missing out on a conversation because they were distracted by their phones.
Even with low U.S. crude prices, one energy company is betting big on an oil project that would transform energy infrastructure on the West Coast.
Repealing the Affordable Care Act? Unlikely. Reforming it? Possible.
As the earnings season kicks off, a group of stocks could be ready to pop, if history is any guide.
Pisani argues that Ferrari cannot have high growth, high price and high exclusivity because one aspect must be compromised.
Jim Cramer reviewed the stocks on his radar next week, as earnings will be vital. Portfolios could get hammered!
Exchange-traded funds are expanding their quest to take over the investing world.