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New pill treatments are showing better cure rates and fewer side effects than traditional therapies.
If you're feeling less worried about your finances, you have the housing market to thank. But watch out.
A new ranking of the 100 richest neighborhoods in America finds a surprising concentration of wealth in one area.
Recent economic data prompted Fed president Eric Rosengren to say the Fed should be patient with monetary easing.
Investors looking to beat the S&P 500 need only track companies that are spending the most money lobbying Washington.
Good news for Diet Coke and Slurpee fanatics: The soft drink is going frozen.
Credit Suisse sought to limit the fallout of a damning U.S. report, which accused it of helping customers evade taxes.
Exploding kitchens. Super-intense highs. Marijuana concentrate—aka “dabs”—is pot's breaking bad side.
"The Wolf of Wall Street" took its artistic liberties too far, says one former Stratton Oakmont employee.
Inconsistent disclosures make it difficult to understand the fees associated with prepaid cards. Change is coming.
Dramatic gains in players' share prices in the past year do not herald a technological revolution, industry experts say.
Open Vape, which manufactures a product for marijuana similar to an e-cigarette, sees a big opportunity in Colorado.
Delta said it will become the latest carrier to change its frequent-flier program to a system based on price rather than miles.
Fewer tires are being kicked these days because consumers are changing their car-buying habits, a new study finds.
The short US Treasurys and stocks trade hasn't worked. Here's why.
Investor Kevin O'Leary of "Shark Tank" said he's torn between the upside of pot sales and possible federal legal issues.
Mark Karpeles, the CEO of embattled bitcoin exchange Mt.Gox, has tried to dampen speculation regarding the company, confirming that he has not left Japan.
Many Americans may be blindsided by recent tax law changes that could result in a significant tax hit on their 2013 returns.
First Solar and SolarCity may seem similar, but CNBC’s Jim Cramer highlights important differences between the two.
The discovery could represent more of a risk to consumers and companies than stolen credit card data.