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Missing out on the huge Internet market of Japan marked one of Meg Whitman's biggest blunders, the No. 18 name on CNBC's First 25 list said.
While most retirees don't need to have life insurance, others--such as debtors, investors and those with disabled children--may want to keep coverage.
Israel's largest medical cannabis supplier, Tikun Olam, uses marijuana to treat kids with cancer.
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Wal-Mart announced a new marketing partnership with AutoInsurance.com, a comparison website for drivers.
A new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll shows that 44 percent of Americans now approve of Obama's job performance as Obamacare enrollment grows.
If there came an opportunity to invest in the Los Angeles Clippers, Hollywood superstar Matt Damon says he's definitely interested.
The Fed's move to end its asset purchasing program will cause a "collapse in asset prices and a severe recession," according to Michael Pento.
Everyone will be surprised by how many flagship Starbucks will open in coming years, CEO Howard Schultz tells CNBC.
The April CNBC Fed Survey shows respondents looking for a 1 percent Fed Funds rate on average to end 2015, up from 0.83 percent in March.
A trio of prominent hedge fund managers are funding a high-profile effort to raise awareness about climate change.
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The average sale price for real estate in the Hamptons soared by 40 percent, to $1.7 million, in the first quarter.
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The latest sanctions mark an intensification of the U.S.'s attempts to wound Russia economically over perceived intervention in Ukraine.
Computer algorithms are deciding on a daily basis which way stocks go and that's holding investors hostage, small-cap stock picker Craig Hodges tells CNBC.
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Amazon's decision to invest in HBO content may hurt Netflix, but the positive benefits for content owners are probably far more significant.