For soon-to-be retirees, it's not too late to get back on track to financial stability.
From high school dropout to CEO is not the typical path most people take to the corner office, but for Brian Scudamore the founder of 1-800-GOT-JUNK? it was the right one.
An expert tells CNBC that the wrong materials are ending up in the recycling bin – thus driving up the cost to process the materials and often making the contents useless.
FourBlock offers veterans a free semester-long, university accredited course in nearly 20 cities across the country, with plans to expand to three more.
As credit card issuers compete for customers with better- and better-looking rewards, here's what to watch out for.
The nonprofit group Canine Companions for Independence (CCI) trains dogs to help the disabled navigate life after war in new and meaningful ways. The group provides assistance dogs free of charge to adults, children and veterans who are disabled.
Gobble, a meal preparation service that's part of the growing category of food kits, promises to "make cooking easy for busy families," founder and CEO Ooshma Garg told CNBC's "On the Money" in a recent interview.
Ed Currie's "PuckerButt Peppers" can cause cramps similar to labor pains.
A shuttle is provided by the marijuana dispensary Bud and Bloom. Once a month, it takes retirees from a senior living community in southern California on a half hour drive to its dispensary in Santa Ana.
Many individual investors want to be able to take care of routine financial tasks with a touch on their smart phone.
For nights on the town, ax-throwing has now become an activity groups of people do for fun, thanks to New Jersey-based Stumpy's Hatchet House.
Allergies to peanuts and other types of food continues to climb, but experts say there is some progress in controlling or preventing life-threatening reactions.
With unemployment below 4 percent, finding workers to fill thousands of seasonal jobs has become a difficult task. But the landscape left by struggling retailers is also creating new opportunities for property owners and entrepreneurs.
Most workers just stick with what benefits they've picked in the past, but that can be a costly mistake.
Ever want to just smash a printer to smithereens? Well, now you can. That's the premise behind New York City's The Wrecking Club.
It's not even Halloween, yet this is the best time to start planning for Christmas.
Fair is a two-year old startup where you choose a used vehicle, get approved and complete the transaction — all on your smartphone app.
Amazon's new $15 minimum wage was 'inevitable,' retail veteran Gerald Storch tells CNBC.
The next time you drive to work, you could be making money before even clocking in — just by dropping something off that was already on your way.
Here's how to kick-start a retirement plan, even while managing college debt.
"The biggest mistake most people make when they try to sell something ... is that they actually try to sell something," says Ryan Serhant.
It is illegal to collect data on children under the age of 13, but some gaming apps may be violating that law.
The FAFSA season opened October 1 for the 2019-2020 school year – and the sooner students file, the better.
Homeowners need separate insurance coverage for flood damage, although it's not always easy to know if you should get it or how to buy it.
Former NASA Administrator Charles Bolden explained that the Trump Administration why sending humans back to the moon is important.
The computing industry's rate of job growth is three times the U.S. national average, and yet women are being left behind.
Drew Greenblatt of the National Association of Manufacturers is actually hoping that a result of the new tariffs will be better trade deals.
Depreciation accounts for almost 40 percent of the cost of owning a new car, yet most drivers don't even think about it.
With so many choices on the shelves, it's hard to know the best pick for your buck.
Three-quarters of Americans remain largely cautious of their spending and wary of the stock market despite the S&P 500's historic run.
Becky Quick is co-anchor of "Squawk Box" and also anchor of the nationally syndicated "On the Money."
Becky Quick anchors “On the Money”, seen on more than 200 local stations across the country. Whether you’re planning for retirement, thinking of buying or selling a house, or looking for the new trends in technology, “On the Money” brings viewers the latest information to make their financial lives better. If it’s about money, it’s our story!
Becky Quick anchors “On the Money”, CNBC’s syndicated half-hour show, seen on more than 200 local stations across the country. Each week, Becky interviews CEOs, entrepreneurs and guests ranging from legendary investor Warren Buffett, to GM CEO Mary Barra, to comedian Bill Murray. Whether you’re planning for retirement, thinking of buying or selling a house, or looking for the new trends in technology, “On the Money” brings viewers the latest information to make their financial lives better. If it’s about money, it’s our story.
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