CNBC's "Life Hacks Live" sits down Ryan Holmes, CEO of Hootsuite, to discuss life lessons when it comes to posting on social media.
"I would say for women specifically, it's critically important to figure out your style," New America CEO Anne-Marie Slaughter told CNBC.
A series of lay-offs at Western banks has led to an exodus of expatriates.
As the U.S. Open Championship continues this weekend, smaller golf ball manufacturers are gaining on the big name brands.
As the U.S. Open Championship continues this weekend, some of the biggest winners won't be the golfers themselves.
Shkreli's lawyer said the $3 million would be used to pay tax and legal expenses, and that he is not a flight risk.
Natasha Elcock and her 6-year-old daughter were trapped in London's Grenfell Tower as flames ripped through the building.
With 11 million visitors its first year, Disneyland Shanghai is on pace to be the most profitable Disney park globally.
Hootsuite CEO Ryan Holmes motivated Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein to grow a social media presence.
In its first year, Shanghai Disneyland has seen over 11 million visitors, exceeding the company's most optimistic expectations, CEO Bob Iger said.
The idea that factories will be automated and run by robots in five years is “b-------t”, outgoing General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt said.
Even the Trump organization recently announced a boutique hotel brand coming to Cleveland, Miss., N.Y. Times reports.
In Tokyo, gold smugglers are essentially profiting from the tax law, N.Y. Times reports.
CNBC explores how Singapore's Changi Airport has become the best-ranked airport in the world.
As the 10-episode run of 'Genius' draws to a close, Albert Einstein gets ready to flee Germany, but finds time to debate high-level physics.
Massive expansions underway at top US airports will result in increased costs to carriers and ultimately bring higher fares.
The Golden State Warrior guard is only the 82nd highest-paid player in the NBA.
Some travelers use packing apps to ease the stress and stay organized, N.Y. Times reports.
People are disgusted by bed bugs, but less than half of travelers even know what one looks like, according to a new report.
Mistakes while moving abroad can sometimes be costly and ding your self-esteem, writes International Living's Suzan Haskins.
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