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Many people delay talking about what kind of medical care they'd want to receive if they are terminally ill until it's too late.
Five steps to help you and your significant other figure out what you really want from your money now and in the future.
A majority of Americans prefer a partner who is money smart rather than good-looking. That's making credit score-based dating a hot scene.
The cease-fire is a necessary first step but here’s what still needs to happen in Ukraine and what the US should do, says David Phillips.
The Us Postal Service has taken the first step toward replacing its long-time mail truck, The Wall Street Journal reports.
With Tinder taking off like a "rocketship," it is ready to launch its paid version, expected to come out next month.
Some big tech names were missing from President Obama's cybersecurity event on Friday.
Apple's steady climb may soon slow, but technical signs bode well for the stock, Katie Stockton, chief technical strategist at BTIG, told CNBC.
CNBC's Jim Cramer said Jack Ma's latest statement shows he has an existential crisis.
The JPMorgan Chase CEO criticized bad workers and D.C. politicians for slowing down the economy on Thursday.
"We're at a high level, but a reasonable level," said venture capital and private equity pioneer Glenn Hutchins, who also cited a big reason to stay invested in stocks.
If the Federal Communications Commission adopts controversial net neutrality rules, expect lawsuits, AT&T Chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson tells CNBC.
Sentiment fell in February from an 11-year high, a survey released on Friday showed.
New York trader Steve Grasso points out the level on the S&P 500 that will mean the bulls are in control.
Small business florists face increasing competition from e-commerce players and big box retailers.
Do any stocks move around Valentine's Day? It may be a cliche, but chocolate sales are good news for chocolate giant Hershey's.
After calling the stocks and real estate bubbles, Nobel Laureate Robert Shiller now has a new source of concern: The bond market.
Lockouts by any other name and customers that can't go anywhere else...seems like ship lines serving the West Coast are winning their labor fight.
The nationwide measles outbreak that started at Disneyland in Southern California is now hitting home in the tech community in Northern California.
Traders from CNBC's "Fast Money" outlined 50 of their best trades for the near future.