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Louis Navellier's "Squawk Box" Platinum Portfolio is already up 20 percent this year. Here's his next move.
Amazon's $1 billion acquisition of streaming platform Twitch was just the first move in the fast-growing market.
A new blood test can find just about every virus you ever caught—in a single drop of blood, NBC News reports.
In his presidential announcement, Lincoln Chafee called for the U.S. to convert to the metric system. Why haven't we yet?
Google's working on the Im2Calorie app that counts calories using photos of food.
Third Avenue Management CEO David Barse said on Thursday that the IMF's most recent comments about the rate hike are just "market noise."
The good news: U.S. stocks have gone 1,339 days without a 10% drop. The bad news? The market's personality could change for the worse.
Opposite-sex couples tend to divide housework more traditionally than gay couples, but is that really a problem? You'd be surprised.
Advisors and assets continue to migrate from the investment sales model of Wall Street wirehouses to the fiduciary model of fee-based RIAs.
"When I look at the whole financial sector … I feel like [I'm] on the Titanic," Marc Faber says.
Elevation Partners Co-Founder Roger McNamee said he is delighted with today's tech bubble. Here's why.
Before filing your Free Application for Federal Student Aid, you need to know exactly what you're getting into.
As the market stalls at record highs, it looks like price appreciation could start to take a back seat to dividend income as this bull market matures.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is watching shares of Ciena.
At least 10 percent of the replacement inflators for defective Takata air bags will need to be replaced again in U.S. vehicles, sources told Reuters.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why the criticism that has come Chris Sacca's way recently is unwarranted.
At the 2015 Manufacturing Summit, more than 400 US manufacturers plan to send a strong message to Congress on its plan to keep America on top.
Fans eager to catch a glimpse of Apple's TV internet service might be disappointed.
More consumers are choosing to watch their favorite shows through "TV Everywhere" on-demand options, and they don't choose Thursdays.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell slightly more than expected, pointing to labor market resilience.