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Kelley Blue Book's KBB.com came up with a list of the 10 coolest cars for under $20,000.
The royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has come and gone. In celebration, we took a look at how Markle's style compares with her sister-in-law, Kate Middleton.
JCPenney's CEO, Marvin Ellison, resigned abruptly on Tuesday. He had been tasked with bringing the department store back from the brink of financial disaster. We visited its only Manhattan store to see what it's like to shop there now.
The average millennial will spend over $200,000 on rent before buying a house — but Gen Z will spend even more
Generation Z and millennials will both spend over $200,000 in rent before ever buying a home thanks to increasing rent costs. The top four cities where Gen Z renters are projected to spend the most money are all in California —but they'll probably become homeowners quicker than millennials.
Salesforce moved into a new $1 billion skyscraper in San Francisco, and the offices are unlike anything we’ve seen
Salesforce Tower is open for business. The building, the tallest office tower west of the Mississippi River, took decades of planning and building and cost an estimated $1.1 billion. We went inside Salesforce's new global headquarters. Take a look.
Citizenship planning firm Henley & Partners just released its 2018 passport index, which reveals how many countries you can travel to without a visa. Here's how the top 21 nations stack up.
Target is opening new, small-format stores designed to make the brand competitive in big cities. We visited a location in New York City's Herald Square to see what it was like.
Steve Jobs revolutionized entire industries by using specific tactics and strategies to get people on board. And you can too.
Some of the most famous athletes in world sports like UFC fighter Conor McGregor, tennis champion Roger Federer, and FC Barcelona forward Lionel Messi all rank prominently in ESPN's World Fame 100 list — and we've laid out the top 18.
Spotify has shared a list of 16 songs that the streaming service is predicting could become the most popular tracks of the summer, including recent Billboard No. 1 hits like Drake's "Nice for What" and Childish Gambino's "This Is America," alongside a 2018 album cut from rapper Cardi B.