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CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on Disney's winning strategy of building or buying brands and exploiting them across their properties, including movies, theme parks and consumer products.
Faber now says that it's wise to be in blue chip stocks—but he has a particularly frightening rationale behind his unusual call.
Traders superstitious fears about Friday the 13th are based somewhat on history.
Oil prices might have stabilized only temporarily because the global oil glut is worsening and U.S. production shows no sign of slowing.
Let it go (on)! The Walt Disney Co. has announced plans to make a sequel to the animated mega-hit "Frozen."
U.S. producer prices fell in February on weak trade margins, pointing to muted inflation pressures that could argue against an a June Fed rates hike.
Russia's central bank cut its main interest rate once again on Friday, in a further effort to stimulate the country's sanctions-hit economy.
Bill Ackman's comments about Herbalife do not appear to add up to market manipulation, a former federal prosecutor tells CNBC.
Apple CEO Tim Cook gives “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer the surprise of his career for his big 10th Anniversary show
Dollar bulls are flocking to the U.S. dollar index, pushing futures interest to all-time records in the last few days.
Boomers who are supporting their adult children are often putting off retirement as a result, according to a new survey.
The whereabouts of Russian President Vladimir Putin has made the rumor mill go into overdrive.
Windie Lazenko is on a crusade to end sex trafficking in North Dakota and it’s become an “infestation” in the Bakken region, she told CNBC.
Here are a few things that could soon change for consumers (based on a quick read) along with excerpts from the rules.
Promotion prospects for women grind to a halt at around age 45, according to new research for the British government – a decade sooner than for men.
A rule lets the wealthy managers of private funds pay about half the tax rate they usually would—and it's unlikely to change soon.
Emerging markets are struggling amid the U.S. dollar's unprecedented rise, but investors remain bullish on one developing nation: Mexico.
As the Fed meeting approaches, traders and strategists expect wild market gyrations to continue in both directions.
After another week of sniping and criticism, experts question whether relations between Greece, the euro zone and its creditors are salvageable.
Americans may hate the annual tax-filing season, but they certainly welcome the refunds that are issued each year.