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Roughly 30 percent of men said they plan to spend more than $750 this holiday season, while only about 25 percent of women said the same, according to a new study by JLL.
Innovative new technologies are giving leaders the tools to shape more sustainable, profitable businesses and better engage with both employees and customers.
U.S. government debt prices were lower Monday morning, as investors closely monitored simmering global trade tensions and prepared for Treasury auctions.
Stocks opened lower on Monday as declines in Apple and semiconductor shares put pressure on the broader technology sector.
Investors and world leaders alike will be glued to the upcoming meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping in Argentina, hoping for clues to what's next.
Walt Disney entered a multi-year games development partnership with leading mobile gaming company Jam City, continuing the Mouse House's foray into gaming.
Republican Gov. Rick Scott leads incumbent U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson in the state's contentious Senate race by more than 10,000 votes.
Democrat Gil Cisneros is the apparent winner in the tight race in California's 39th Congressional District, beating his Republican challenger Young Kim, who conceded the race more than a week after the midterm election.
Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins has been speaking out to employees about the importance of mental health. He sent a company-wide email in June after the suicides of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain and another in October during Mental Illness Awareness Week.
With some exceptions, the Democratic House majority will pursue measured rather than radical change ahead of a 2020 election.
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.
Google just launched the new Night Sight feature for its Pixel smartphones and it works almost unbelievably well.
Americans spend hundreds of dollars on tax preparation each year, yet there are plenty of ways to do it at little or no cost.
With the death of Stan Lee and the Avengers' series about to end, questions are swirling about the next stage in Marvel's brand identity. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige recently said its comic book films are better when they are more diverse.
Home insurers in California face potentially significant losses from the current wildfires but can't "cram" all of it into next year's insurance bills, according to the state's insurance commissioner.
The city of San Jose just released details on its negotiation with Google to buy a swathes of land to build a mega-campus just 15 miles south of its headquarters.
Long Island City — one of New York City's hottest up and coming neighborhoods — is about to get a whole lot hotter, thanks to Amazon.
"The choice is pretty simple," the actress says. "Keep letting fear sidetrack you, or take what you've been given and say 'yes.'"
How Acme, Aldi, Trader Joe's, Walmart and Whole Foods stacked up when I tried to buy Thanksgiving groceries for $50.
CNBC's 'Squawk on the Street' team discusses Facebook and Apple.
Paul Ingrassia of the Revs Institute for Automotive Research and CNBC's Phil Lebeau join 'Squawk Box' to discuss the arrest of Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn for misconduct and what it could me for the future of the company.
CNBC's Joe Kernen and CNBC's Jim Cramer discuss General Electric's new leadership and Apple.