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The firms' strategists forecast the year to end right about where it began, with the S&P 500 stuck at 2,100.
Fifty-six percent of people know someone who used painkillers without prescription, been addicted to them or fatally overdosed.
If the Federal Reserve hikes interest rates in December, only a handful of central banks around the world are expected to join it.
A Fed hike will make it more expensive to buy a house but won't spell doom for homebuilders, RBC analyst Robert Wetenhall says.
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One California farmer's idea: flood fields with storm runoff from El Nino now, so that it won't cost as much to pump next summer.
Competing with fractured attention spans and now ad-block blocking software, advertisers are being forced to find new ways to reach consumers.
Greek bank stocks are being diluted as foreign vulture funds drive down stock prices. Can Greek regulators stop the hemorrhaging?
Pfizer's proposed acquisition of Allergan will be one of the biggest tax inversions yet.
Americans concerned about not being able to afford treatments shouldn't blame drug companies, a former health advisor to George W. Bush says.
It's getting more complicated to create a Black Friday game plan every year.
This holiday season will be the first time consumers spend real money on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. Is the "buy" button here to stay?
Brown Harris Stevens has listed the three-bedroom, three-bathroom pad with a monthly rental rate of $300,000, or $14,000 per night.
The oceans, which comprise 70% of the planet and support 2 million species, are dying. Here's 5 of the biggest challenges facing our waters.
Samsung's Gear VR headset is already sold out at Amazon.com and BestBuy.com, only a few days after it began shipping.
Activist investor Carl Icahn turned up the pressure on American International Group to separate into three public companies.
Data from USDA show the most recalled foods in the U.S. going back several years. Pork, beef, chicken are among the big culprits.
Forget the eye-popping valuations: The sentiment in Silicon Valley is now "show me the liquidity."
Fever, an event-finding mobile application that bills itself as an encyclopedia for nightlife, and has drawn $20 million in capital.