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  • To get their hands on a pair of Yeezys, people have camped outside shoe stores, hired freelancers to wait in line on their behalf, and used sneaker-buying bots to nab a pair online before they sell out in seconds. But recently, some of that excitement has turned to skepticism. Many are wondering aloud whether Yeezys "are dead." Certain Yeezy models cost a lot less on the resale market than they used to. It turns out, this is all part of West's grand plan for his sneaker empire. Here's how.

  • Wendy Gonzalez, 24, lives in Pasadena, CA, and earns $80,000 a year as a logistics supervisor. This is an installment of CNBC Make It's Millennial Money series, which profiles people across the U.S. and details how they earn, spend and save their money.

  • Aaron Kirman knows how to close a deal: He's sold about $6 billion worth of real estate over his 25-year career, making him the No. 1 agent in Los Angeles and among the top in the country. He routinely sells multi-million dollar properties, including one estate for a whopping $65 million, and on his new CNBC show, "Listing Impossible," he helps stubborn homeowners sell their luxury real estate.

  • Academy award-winning director Greta Gerwig shares her insights on why Hollywood needs more female directors and how they are not a bad investment in movie-making.

  • Finland and Denmark have consistently topped the United Nations' most prestigious index, The World Happiness Report. In 2019, Finland topped the list. We met with local Finns and Danes to find out what makes their homes the happiest countries in the world.

  • "Now that I'm an entrepreneur, I budget with an irregular income as well," Tiffany "The Budgetnista" Aliche said. Here's how she suggests building your own budget if you don't have a steady income.

  • Haben Girma

    Haben Girma was born without hearing or vision, but refuses to be hindered by her ability status—she dances, practices comedy, surfs, and frequently travels the world. In 2013, she became the first and only deafblind student to graduate from Harvard Law. Despite her accomplishments, she is adamant about not being called "inspirational." Note: This video contains audio descriptions for the visually impaired, a version without narration can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUZWLUH8bzo

  • Is this $100 cup of coffee worth the money? - 106307793

    At $100 a cup or $1,029 per pound, the most expensive coffee in the world is the Elida Geisha Natural 1029. There are only 1,600 cups of it in the entire world. The Panamanian-grown brew is said to represent a fourth wave of very expensive specialty coffee. We tasted the beverage and compared it to two other well-respected coffees, to determine whether Elida Geisha Natural 1029 is worth the money.

  • Meet the 19-year-old director who made history at Tribeca Film Festival 2019 - 106307543 - 106307577

    Phillip Youmans is the first African-American and the youngest director to win Best Narrative Feature at the Tribeca Film Festival.

  • Inside Kris Jenner's California penthouse listed for $2.6 million

    Take a look inside Kris Jenner's former 3 bedroom, 4 bathroom Calabasas penthouse.

  • Esther Perel

    "Passion is not something that you go looking for," psychotherapist, author and speaker Esther Perel said. Here's what she suggests you look for at work instead.

  • Billions of water bottles are recycled and turned into polyester each year. Patagonia pioneered this process in 1993, which has since gained widespread popularity with other brands. Customers now have more environmentally-friendly options when it comes to new purchases, but are there other hidden costs to the environment?

  • Ver Starr and Jenelle Yee, both 28, recently bought their first home just south of Los Angeles. Here's how they did it. This is the latest installment of Millennial Mortgage, which profiles first-time buyers across the U.S. and details how they purchased their first homes.

  • Take a look at celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis' former 5 bedroom, 5.5 bathroom house. The Los Angeles home features a wine cellar, game room, in-home gym, and a multi-car garage.

  • "I don't want you to make the mistake and consolidate yourself out of federal student loans," Tiffany "The Budgetnista" Aliche said. Here's what she thinks you should do instead.

  • Victor Yang, 26, lives in Washington, D.C., and earns $45,000 a year as a congressional staffer. This is an installment of CNBC Make It's Millennial Money series, which profiles people around the world and details how they earn, spend and save their money.

  • 2019 was the unofficial summer of Hard Seltzer … and none made a bigger splash than White Claw. Sales of white claw were up 250% since it was introduced in 2016. Now White Claw is the #1 hard seltzer brand fronting a $1 billion industry. But White Claw is just one of many brands enjoying the recent growth in demand for hard seltzer. But big beer has entered the playing field. What does the added competition mean for White Claw?

  • Located on the world-famous Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills is Stefano Ricci, a high-end men's boutique where the world's richest men shop for clothes.

  • Singer-songwriter Ryan Tedder explains how having a hit song is like hitting the jackpot.

  • Take a look inside Shaquille O'Neal's 5-bedroom, 5-bathroom LA home.