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It may be good news for students and parents, but slower tuition increases are putting budget pressure on public colleges.
An Amway study shows 42 percent of people from 38 countries would opt to become an entrepreneur.
Ralph Acampora makes the case that stocks will stay strong into the end of the year.
Investors hoping companies break the cycle of posting strong profits but weak sales growth will have to hang on a while.
The restaurant and entertainment chain's tweet sparked a bubbling social media firestorm after users blasted its off-color pun.
The luxury sector hit a soft patch recently, but the stage is set for a recovery.
The S&P 500 may have hit an intraday record on Tuesday, but traders still aren't satisfied, Art Cashin told CNBC.
Orlando, Florida's newest roller coaster, Skyscraper, will become the world's tallest roller coaster.
Architect-turned-designer Francis Bitonti wants to find out what happens when cutting-edge technology meets fashion.
Forget taxes, fairness and government, one of the biggest drivers of income inequality is higher investment returns.
In an ironic twist, Chinese companies are now investing in US manufacturing, says Miao Wang, director of the documentary "Made by China in America."
Saying "it snowed in Buffalo on Tuesday" is sort of like saying a hurricane is a little bit breezy.
The CDC has taken down a website that offered to help bosses tally financial losses linked to overweight employees, NBC News reports.
Patent examiners who work from home full time must abide by new rules, but critics in Congress called for further action.
This stock has nosedived over the past year, but one firm sees significant upside for the restaurant stock.
US SEC received more than 3,500 tips from whistleblowers, the highest since 2011, in fiscal year 2014.
"Big data" has ceased to mean much. But when specialty retailer Moosejaw talks about AgilOne, the hype is understandable.
Can a Russian innovation hub kick start its fledgling tech industry? The Global Post reports.
The world will see big shifts on both the usage and supply sides of the energy equation, according to a recent forecast.
Now instead of buying with one click on Amazon, you can buy with your voice on an Android Wear watch, Engadget reported.