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From tidying up after a show pig to steam-cleaning Weird Al's costume, these contract workers rise to the challenge.
Manuel Medina noticed that high-level Amazon executives all shared a specific skill.
Shoppers have an easier time buying their clothes and shoes online than big-ticket appliances. Here's why.
The new year brings new challenges for the homebuilding industry, specifically higher mortgage rates.
What if we could finally end the madness that is traffic? The co-founders of Lyft have an idea.
Donald Trump's stunning remark that the U.S. dollar is too strong was "unusual" and "leaves the market confused," Larry Summers tells CNBC.
Citigroup on Wednesday reported a quarterly profit $1.14 a share on revenue of $17.012 billion.
Oculus founder Palmer Luckey is expected to take the stand Wednesday in a trial alleging that Oculus used stolen intellectual property.
Divorce filings start to increase in the New Year. Here's how to update your financial plan.
Kevin O'Leary on Wednesday said he will join the Conservative leadership race in Canada.
The Wall Street giant said it earned $5.08 a share on revenue of $8.17 billion.
James Cartwright, who faced a sentence for telling a reporter about the Stuxnet program, is among those who got a presidential pardon.
Around 450 jobs will be returned to the U.S. as GM transfers back production of axles from a plant in Mexico, NBC News reports.
If Brexit scares away foreign investors and slows U.K. industry, consumers could take a hit, Liberty Global CEO Mike Fries says.
Mattel announced Tuesday that it had hired Google's Americas president Margo Georgiadis to lead the toy company as CEO.
The outgoing vice president said we need to ask ourselves, "What kind of world are we going to leave for our children?"
The former Wall Street lawyer now offers guests "Wake and Bake" breakfasts and 420 Happy Hours.
Steve Schwarzman shares his views on the markets and Donald Trump's agenda in an exclusive interview Wednesday on CNBC's "Squawk Box."
U.S. consumer prices rose in December as households paid more for gasoline and rental accommodation.
Fintech and other forms of digital payment are less wasteful and cheaper than cash, PayPal CEO Dan Schulman says.