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The long-running saga of "Rebecca," explored in the latest episode of "American Greed," shows how the glitz of showbiz can lead to being scammed.
With investors rotating into larger technology names, one analyst says companies like Alphabet and Facebook won't be the same in 10 years.
Fifteen years after 9/11 the downtown has completely transformed, but is there enough demand for a huge retail complex?
After a tough start to the year, Apple has surged over the past month. Steve Grasso of Stuart Frankel and Craig Johnson of Piper Jaffray discuss if Apple’s gains will continue with Brian Sullivan.
Analyst Emmanuel Rosner said that there's a bigger picture that Tesla needs to focus on after one of its cars crashed in Beijing.
Ralph Lauren may finally be starting to hit its stride following a sharp loss in the stock.
In a new report, Wealth-X pinpoints what sets the richest people apart.
Don't start your trading day without finding out what CNBC's Jim Cramer is watching ahead of the opening bell.
In addition to the wide popular vote edge, Nate Silver's site figures Clinton to win 354 electoral votes to Trump's 183.
Experts debate how feasible it is for the Dow Jones industrial average to hit the 20,000 level.
Wall Street doesn't expect the bull run to stop anytime soon, but investors should be careful: It could get "bumpy."
Fixed income has absolutely no value and investors should instead prepare for the return of inflation, according to one analyst.
The average commuter wasted 42 hours and $966 snarled in traffic last year, a recent study finds. See how your commute compares.
Chinese tech stocks may have flown higher on Wednesday, but the bottom is still ahead, a venture capitalist told CNBC.
Winning e-commerce starts and ends with winning the customer, say Wal-Mart and Jet.com executives.
Young savers fret about their finances, but paying down student loans isn't their top source of stress. Guess what's number one?
Yes, Donald Trump's Second Amendment comment about Hillary Clinton was inexcusable. But it won't be his undoing. Here's why, says Jake Novak.
There is no indication that Trump will drop out, but there is a procedure should he decide to withdraw before Election Day.
In the #PitchLeBronContest, small-business owners can win an endorsement from the basketball icon.