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Total sales for this weekend's auction at Concours D'Elegance Pebble Beach reached a record breaking $301 million, according to Hagerty.
With Saks the latest retailer to disappoint with weaker-than-expected earnings, investors are worried about how the retail sector will fare heading into a heavy week of earnings.
A wildfire in Idaho has spread to 126,000 acres, threatening more than 10,000 homes in the Sun Valley area. More than 2,200 homes have been forced into evacuations due to the blaze.
Nestlé and Unilever will soon be able to see what’s going on in any tropical forests in real-time, down to 1 meter. Is this the "good side" of the surveillance state?
As the number of "low alcohol" wines continues to grow, industry experts are divided over the demand for these products – and whether their taste will satisfy the sommelier's palate.
Authorities have opened a bribery investigation into whether JPMorgan Chase hired children of powerful Chinese officials to help the bank win business, the New York Times reports.
3-D printing is no longer limited to prototypes and futuristic dreams. Additive manufacturing already can be found in everything from teeth aligners to jet engine parts.
"You shouldn't fire someone in public" seemed to be on everyone's lips this week, thanks to an episode at AOL. Of course when a CEO gets fired, it's always very public.
To suggest that Obama's policies would benefit the middle class or the rest of the economy is cynical and misleading.This so-called recovery remains the worst in modern history.
Retailers use many tactics to induce shoppers to buy products they may not want or need. Here, some ways to avoid falling into the trap.
Warren Buffett's stock buys have been lagging the S&P, even as Berkshire's stock price has been beating it.
New research finds that men who work in traditionally female fields, such as preschool teachers, nurses, secretaries, do more housework than other men.
This has been the week for tech executives behaving badly: a public firing, an anti-San Francisco rant, and a flame mail venue spat gone public.
Twitter went abuzz Friday with chatter that the improbable campaign to get Larry Summers named the next Federal Reserve chairman may well be succeeding.
Christopher George never thought about leaving his job at Bank One. But after being laid off, he made a career out of his favorite hobby: making beer.
Former Apple CEO John Sculley says Steve Jobs probably would have acted differently if Carl Icahn had called him to talk about the company, unlike Tim Cook.
This year's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, which runs through Sunday, is expected to set an all-time sales record. Here's a look at the cars that might snag the new record.
Yes, it is all about "me me me" and kids today say, "You know what? That's not such a bad thing." Here's why.
Nielsen and Twitter's social media ratings venture aims to attract the first Twitter-based TV ad dollars, but it's still unclear what matters more: tweet sentiment or tweet volume.
In the months since Microsoft first introduced the video game system, the company has made four major policy reversals—and there's no telling if it's done yet.