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Climbing stock markets and rising real estate values helped create nearly 500,000 new millionaires in the U.S. in 2014.
Europe appears to be getting increasingly impatient with Greece, telling it to "stop wasting time" over reforms.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is raising flags when it comes to this stock.
Stocks enter the seventh year of the bull market Tuesday and strategists see more room to run, but the question is whether the gains can continue.
What about the things we didn’t see onstage at the Apple Watch event? Here's a list.
Chinese authorities have fined Procter & Gamble's Crest toothpaste unit nearly $1 million for what regulators say is false advertising.
The terrorist group "Islamic State" has rarely been out of the headlines but could financial pressures undermine its ambitions -- and existence?
Chart analyst John Kosar illustrates how the global economy will maintain a steady pace of growth, despite many concerns to the contrary.
Qualcomm will return $15 billion to shareholders in a share repurchase program, with the "Fast Money" traders.
CNBC Pro Preview: Influential technology analyst Toni Sacconaghi said Apple could sell 1 billion watches.
Credit Suisse confirmed Tuesday that CEO Brady Dougan will step down in June 2015, to be replaced by Tidjane Thiam.
Google's latest Android update has an anti-theft feature, which could make stolen phones useless to thieves.
Coffee is the worst performing soft commodity this year, but experts say positive fundamentals should translate into a solid rebound.
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It’s either a great time to buy a house, or you’ll never be able to afford one. A lot depends on where you live.
Hammered by a string of food contamination scandals, McDonald’s Japan plans to launch an app for customer complaints.
Market talk of a bubble is rampant with the Nasdaq at a high, but investor worries are overblown as charts suggest the uptrend will continue.
As many signs point to a Federal Reserve rate increase later this year, Mohamed El-Erian said there is now a major problem facing investors.
The Fed should end its monetary policy and raise rates, followed by gradual moves higher, the Dallas Fed head said in his last speech as a policymaker.
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