More than a quarter say it's 'definitely' worth it.
From the time he was in business school, Ted Weschler followed Warren Buffett's investing philosophies and became a success.
"You can still have a morning routine as a parent of young kids," says author Benjamin Spall.
Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes "worshipped" Steve Jobs to the point where she wore black turtlenecks like he did.
None of them went to Harvard.
"You get really tired of hot dogs and oranges after a while," he tells Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Employees who quit too soon have a much harder time finding a new job, according to a survey by job site TalentWorks.
It's a trick that can help you get into the heads of consumers, says Supernova's co-founder Emily Hamilton.
"An improvement in your outside life will be sure to benefit your performance at work," says CEO Elle Kaplan.
Netflix has struck a high-profile, multi-year deal with the Obamas, valued at $143 billion.
Plus how viewership stacked up to Prince William and Kate's royal nuptials.
Does a gift have to double the cost of a meal? Etiquette expert Lizzie Post explains.
Charles Schwab asked respondents what it takes to be "financially comfortable."
That's a 25 percent drop from last year's list.
She'd just earned a law degree from Harvard, but decided to chase her dream job instead.
A new report from data company WealthX reveals what the richest individuals in the world are interested in outside of their work.