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Scaling the walls could help employees boost their energy and sharpen problem-solving skills.
In a letter to Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis, Democratic senators ask if the president's alleged use of personal devices makes him vulnerable to hacking.
Here's how the Oroville Dam became a crisis and here's what President Trump should do about it, says Jake Novak.
Trade in these costly routines for wealth-building ones.
Marathon says it will charge $89,000 for its Duchenne muscular dystrophy treatment, despite it having sold elsewhere for just $1,000.
Activist hedge fund manager Mick McGuire speaks with CNBC about his top holdings.
If you are considering real estate opportunities, you should also consider a cautionary tale from the last boom.
The Russell 2000 notched its first all-time high since after it broke above 1,392.71.
Jefferies on Monday pointed clients to a group of growth stocks that could outperform the market this year.
A year after adopting a non-nude policy, the magazine has decided to bare all once again.
About 70 percent of the 85,000 H-1B visas granted in 2015 went to nationals from one country.
Different market sectors are marching to their own tune to an extent that they haven't since the financial crisis. Here's why that matters.
Billionaire Elon Musk's latest futuristic idea might be the key to saving humans from becoming useless when artificial intelligence grows.
One of Jerry Sandusky's sons, Jeffrey, faces multiple charges of sexual offenses involving children, NBC News reports.
The "5,000-pound gorilla in the Southeast" will be their only globally powerful alternative, former U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk says.
The Senate is preparing for its confirmation vote on Steven Mnuchin, who will head the Treasury Department, Monday night, NBC News reports.
The two are expected to discuss opioid addiction in the U.S., among other topics.
European fund managers have been named and shamed in a report by an influential advocacy group seeking to identify "closet indexers".
Several officials are skating on thin ice and may be fired, NBC News reports.
"By 2030, 50 percent of all nonbar, nonrestaurant sales are going to be online," Jan Kniffen tells CNBC.