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Tilman Fertitta, restaurant mogul and star of CNBC's "Billion Dollar Buyer," offers business wisdom.
Not all zero-interest financing deals are created equally. Here's how holiday shopping can turn ugly.
Business groups are cheering the injunction, which means they won't have to pay certain employees for overtime.
The dollar raced higher, in an unusually swift move against the yen and other currencies as short-end bond yields spiked to a six-and-a-half year high.
The Republican election sweep preceded sell-offs in renewable energy and clean tech shares.
A fundraising committee for Donald Trump is selling a $149 red hat ornament.
Health spending on privately insured people rose 4.6 percent, with much of the increase coming from prescription drugs and medical services.
Here are the best words of advice "Super Mario" has given CNBC viewers over the years.
On 'The Profit,' Marcus Lemonis helps transform a small tortilla company into a national brand.
"You're making your product right here," Trump says he told Cook, according to The New York Times.
Black Friday shopping isn't just for snagging discounted electronics, boots and toys. Restaurants also offer deals on the shopping holiday.
Here's a warning from perennial bull Tom Lee: Don't forget to think long term.
Merchants on Amazon.com have faced a challenging year due to counterfeiting and suspensions. Now comes the holiday season.
CNBC's Eric Chemi bought mattresses online from Leesa, Casper and Tuft & Needle. Here's his experience in pricing, returns and comfort.
Juno Therapeutics shares shed 24 percent Wednesday after the biopharmaceutical company announced complications with its Phase II clinical trial of JCAR015.
Trump should look at where the economy is going, not the past, in order to create good jobs, says Reshma Saujani.
Morgan Stanley sees earnings upside of up to 20 percent for banks if the Republicans and Trump can pass their economic agenda.
When you buy matters more than you may think.
On the season premiere of "Billion Dollar Buyer," a company ups revenue by 20 percent by focusing employees' spare time on sales.