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People with non-Obamacare health plans may be able to keep them until 2016 and also will have an extra month next year to sign up for insurance.
Techies are the new rock stars—or at least that's how some premium liquor brands see them.
It's not even spring and there are already a number of words that CNBC's Brian Sullivan is over.
Nearly 60,000 passengers were bumped from U.S. flights last year. And they left lots of compensation behind.
The situation in Ukraine could bite you at the barbecue.
College Board said the update is needed to make the exam representative of what students study in school.
The head of the Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen, vowed to do all that she can to bolster a U.S. economy that is still weak.
Russia shrugged off Western demands to withdraw forces in Ukraine's Crimea region to their bases amid a day of high-stakes diplomacy in Paris.
Demand for small-cap stocks is increasing relative to established large-cap names.
The risk of economic sanctions against Russia poses risk to Western companies—even consumer brands.
The rich are getting richer—but at a slower pace, a new report from London real estate firm Knight Frank says.
CNBC's Jim Cramer breaks down the good fortune of Chipotle Mexican Grill, just as the stock hit an all-time high Wednesday.
This winter's frozen weather has masked the economy's true momentum, Wells Capital Management's Jim Paulsen tells CNBC.
Many—maybe most—NFL players face serious financial stresses after leaving the game. One boot camp wants to change that.
Ben Jacobs, CEO of Whistle, talked to CNBC about a new wearable—for your pet.
A new study shows that a combination of online behaviors and life experiences can make someone more vulnerable to fraud.
The U.N. deputy secretary-general has denied reports from Ukrainian officials that a U.N. special envoy was kidnapped in Crimea.
Russia said it could not order "self-defense" forces in Ukraine's Crimea region back to their bases ahead of crucial ministerial talks in Paris.
The former Microsoft CEO made his first public appearance Tuesday after leaving the helm of the company.
Wilson Electronics, a leader in the market for devices that boost cellphone signals, has quietly scooped up zBoost, one of its key rivals.