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CNBC’s financial reporters weigh in on what every investor needs to know when it comes to companies' earnings reports.
The nexus of technology -- cloud, social, mobile and data -- are transforming user behaviors and creating new businesses.
Automation, AI and machine learning will radically influence the relationship between employers and their workforce.
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CNBC’s first-ever exclusive survey of Americans with $1 Million or more in investable assets.
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ETF Edge, hosted by Bob Pisani, is dedicated to the fastest growing investing trend right now: ETFs.
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Where headlines become opportunities.
Frontline insights and unique views on key issues and challenges facing today’s CFOs.
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For investors who are addressing social and environmental issues, while generating financial returns.
Long-standing, global norms in economics and politics have been overturned in recent years. In a world still defining new conventions, Investing in Supertrends takes a look at what’s next for markets and economies.
CNBC investigates the internet of things to see how “smart environments” are disrupting different industries across the globe.
The latest CNBC Fed Survey.
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"My ultimate goal is to create a machine that works so well that I can just sit back and watch beauty happen," hedge fund billionaire Ray Dalio writes on Facebook.
Former Lakers' trainer Gary Vitti reveals what he learned about mental toughness from Kobe Bryant.
The office has long been a breeding ground for budding romances. But actively going into business with your other half is another thing entirely.
Start saving as early as you can.
"I'm planning on, after this season, being completely done."
"Delaying retirement, even if for a few years, can significantly increase the eventual retirement income."
Amazing things happen when you embrace #vanlife
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The average college scholarship is $10,006
There's never been a better reason to reach for that Hershey's chocolate bar.
Jeff Bezos posted a job listing for his first Amazon hire 25 years ago. He was looking for a computer developer who could build technology "in about one-third the time that most competent people think possible."
Credit scores are "amazingly emotional," Rod Griffin, Director of Consumer Education and Advocacy at Experian, tells CNBC Make It.
It's common for farmers to start fires in the Amazon to clear cropland during July and August, but the number of fires in Brazil this year is up 84%. NASA images show smoke and fires in the states of Amazonas, Mato Grosso, and Rondonia.
These majors can lead to meaningful careers and healthy salaries.
Time for a reality check.
"I love the craziness of it — it's the best kind of crazy that you can have."
Don't wait to buy plane tickets on National Cheap Flight Day.
The NBA legend signed his first pro basketball contract at 17. It made him a millionaire virtually overnight.
"I definitely think you can live comfortably on a salary of $50,000, even in New York City."
Billionaire hedge fund manager Ray Dalio is widely considered a rock star of the investing world. But the source of his success has a lot to do with superstars of another sort: The Beatles.
Markets can be a "self-fulfilling prophecy," says economist Robert Shiller.
"Some of these that are extremely popular now that are taking the world by storm [but] if you look at the ingredients, they are super highly processed foods," John Mackey tells CNBC Make It.
10 years later, older millennials have some advice.
Here's how to clean and safely carry your titanium Apple Card so it doesn't get damaged.
Don't let your ego run the show.
"Dad has a rule that we can buy a nice car, but it must be second hand."
Shifting workplace norms and a tight labor market are giving employees the freedom to strike out on their own while raking in impressive sums, according to a new study from Upwork, which lists the most lucrative independent work in the U.S.
These in-demand skills can command top pay packets, says Feon Ang of professional networking site LinkedIn.
He especially hates when people use little smiley faces in emails or texts. "They really piss me off."
Communities change but some businesses stay. Meet the owners of the flower shops, restaurants and other establishments that make the community.