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Zachary Quinn, Love Your Melon CEO, talks about his company selling hats while helping to fund research to find a cure for pediatric cancer.
Why visionaries Mazen and Jill Kamen believe their new foundation will finally fuel the cure for the deadliest childhood cancer in the US.
Experts offer tips on how to instill in young children a lifelong habit of generosity. Hint: Lead by example, and do it together.
Despite the US economic recovery, 1 in 7 Americans go to bed hungry each night. New food stamp restrictions have put the nation at risk.
NY Giants running back Rashad Jennings discusses how his foundation helps children with learning disorders, provides books and camp opportunities.
These companies harness the holiday season to give back to their customers, communities or causes important to their founders.
Eight corporate elites who demonstrated the size of their charitable heart through random, minor acts of kindness.
Scientists are taking a new approach to the riddle of preterm birth, which kills 1 million babies globally each year.
About 1 in 10 small businesses are owned by veterans. More programs are now springing up to boost their success.
If you are planning to give to a charity this holiday season, review the top-rated global charities by Charity Navigator.
If charitable giving is part of your holiday budget, make sure you're giving wisely.
Phil Graves, head of Patagonia’s venture fund Tin Shed Ventures, discusses investing in entrepreneurs for social and ethical reasons.
For the first time, individuals can save money on taxes by giving to charities directly from their IRA. Find out if you're eligible.
Giving to charity is a matter of goodwill during the holidays. Remember that knowing the tax rules can allow you to give more.
Donating stock as a form of charity is not as popular as cash donations, but it is gaining steam — and for good reason.
Would you be willing to take a pay cut if it meant a co-worker would keep his job?
The pandemic and the success of startup culture have sparked the emergence of new hubs for businesses outside of traditional power centers of New York, Chicago, Houston and San Francisco. These Cities of Success each have used unique characteristics – pop culture influence, clusters of great universities, friendly geography or forward-thinking local governments – to attract major companies and nurture an entrepreneurial community around them.
The Workforce Wire provides news and information on what employers and executives are doing to adapt to the ever-changing workplace.
More than ever, the hope for a sustainable world has gained traction among the next generation of businesses, policymakers and investors. CNBC’s Sustainable Future focuses on how smart investments, new ideas and tech innovation can generate commerce — and a world — with staying power.
The pressure on Harvard President Claudine Gay mounted over the weekend after the resignation of University of Pennsylvania President Liz Magill.
Peel off a few shares of those big winners this year and donate them to charity.
"We think so much alike that it's spooky," Warren Buffett once said of Munger.