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US unemployment has fallen to levels not seen since the turn of the millennium. See which states are adding jobs and growing their economy.
You need to pull in $668,078 a year to settle down in California's priciest neighborhood.
Elon Musk has displayed a mastery for political deals, and it will be put to the test again as states bid on a planned Tesla SUV plant.
The number of Americans filing for benefits fell for the first time in a month, the latest indication of labor market strength that is sustaining economic growth.
The LinkedIn report says hiring in the U.S. was 12.1 percent higher last month than in 2016.
As Fed Chair Janet Yellen gets closer to the end of her term, speculation about whether she'll be sticking around is intensifying.
Advancements in tech and companies offshoring jobs is an important piece of the puzzle, Janet Yellen says.
Markets currently assign just about a 50 percent chance that the Fed will approve another interest rate hike this year.
In remarks for her testimony on Capitol Hill, she said that the balance sheet, eventually will be "appreciably below" its current level.
If Trump reverses state laws, he’ll be crippling if not bankrupting the states that have legalized marijuana, says Jesse Ventura.
In meetings with two separate retired clients, advisor Bob Rall had the same piece of advice: "Go spend some money" was his message to both.
You'll be surprised at the most affordable places to live in the U.S., thanks to low food prices, great home values and low utility costs.
Tight revenues and uncertainty about the impact of federal tax and budget policies has ignited the worst state budget battles since 2007.
In its 11th annual ranking, CNBC unveils the top 10 states for business in America in 2017. Can you guess the state that leads the league?
Mortgage rates just saw their biggest jump since the presidential election, and that took a heavy toll on demand for home loans.
The chief strategist at Hilltop Securities says Gary Cohn would bring a more "pragmatic Fed."
CNBC unveils its 11th annual America's Top States for Business ranking, scoring all 50 states on 10 key measures of competitiveness.
Washington is the No. 1 state for business, according to CNBC's Top States for Business 2017 ranking, revealed today.
Massachusetts had the most impressive jump, while Wyoming suffered the biggest drop, in the 2017 CNBC Top States for Business ranking.
West Virginia's economy was hit hard with the decline in coal mining. It remains to be seen if Gov. Justice can revitalize the state.
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