If you have tons of cash — or are just fantasizing about what you might give if you could — here are some over-the-top gifts that are the height of luxury.
Billionaire Warren Buffett has built his fortune on strategy, carefully deciding how to spend and invest his money. And as it turns out, he's also been strategic when it comes to buying holiday gifts for his family.
Each of these gifts are under $40, and many of them can be used far beyond a New Year's Eve celebration.
Former NBA star Shaquille O'Neal says he no longer accepts gifts. But there's one he received from his dad as a kid that he'll never forget.
These aren't your run-of-the mill stocking stuffer ideas, either.
Tess Brigham, a therapist who has worked with millennials for more than five years, shares a list of books she's recommended to her own young patients.
"That is probably my favorite product," Mark Cuban said on "The Dan Patrick Show" in 2014 of the goodies he gives at holiday season. He even invested in the company.
The billionaire calls it "one of the best novels" he's read in a long time — and that's quite the praise coming from someone who doesn't read a lot of fiction.
The National Retail Federation estimates that consumers will spend an average $1,047 this holiday season. While that number stacks up higher than it was last year, you don't have to spend nearly that much to really 'do good' this December.
From a vibrating massage ball to a kombucha-making kit, CNBC Make It found gifts to make your loved ones feel happier and less stressed, and maybe even help them finally find work-life balance in 2020.
All of these gifts are gender neutral and super affordable.
Fun, affordable items from successful, well-known people — What's not to love?
You don't have to break the bank this holiday season.
If America's richest entrepreneurs inspire you or if you're buying for someone who's a fan, here are some billionaire-approved, affordable products that make perfect holiday gifts.
From adorable chocolates to unique toys, here are gifts ideas for everyone on your list.
A therapist asked her millennial patients what's on their holiday wish list this year. Here's what they said — and why it makes perfect sense.
Co-founder of The Emily Post Institute, Lizzie Post, shares how to give holiday gifts on a budget.
Kylie Jenner recently sold a controlling stake in her cosmetics startup to Coty. As part of the $600 million deal, Coty will acquire 51% ownership. Together, Jenner and Coty plan to expand the beauty brand globally and branch out to new categories. Kris Jenner, CEO of Jenner Communications, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss.
After a decade of ABC's "Shark Tank," the show and the Sharks have helped launch some pretty popular products. So if you're a fan of the show or buying holiday gifts for someone who is, here are some Shark-approved products fans will love.
These gifts won't be returned.
The auto parts retailer specializes in keeping on hand a staggeringly wide inventory of parts and training staff to answer obscure questions. Now it wants a bigger piece of the market serving professional mechanics.
Takeaway.com said the U.K. competition regulator has "reconsidered its position" on its planned takeover of Just Eat.
The Wuhan coronavirus has already killed at least 17 people in China.
Intel beat estimates and gave an optimistic forecast for 2020, but there are reasons for concern as competition from AMD heats up.
The Senator said his two recommendations come after media reports that show Tesla drivers abusing the Autopilot system.
Uber has signed an agreement with Nissan to introduce a fleet of 2,000 Leaf hatchbacks for its drivers.
"I like to eat small, healthy meals every three hours," Wahlberg told CNBC Make It in July.
"We know at Goop that psychedelic mushrooms are controversial, but what we try to do at Goop is be open-minded and explore ideas that may seem out there," says Elise Loehnen, Goop's chief content officer.
"Our schedule is insane, and it doesn't help that I have this morning routine that probably drives everyone crazy."