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Third-generation money manager Sam Stovall, chief equity strategist at S&P Capital IQ, tells CNBC he doesn't let his emotions rule his stock picks.
The debut of Mayday, aka the Chinese Beatles in the U.S. was well received — but it's not quite a Chinese Invasion of pop culture just yet.
Facebook's $2 billion acquisition of Oculus shocked gamers and game makers alike. Could the takeover affect the game?
The largest hedge funds now control more cash than ever.
If you were betting on the price of most commodities going up this year, your bet has likely paid off.
Many baby boomers on the verge of retirement are facing nest-egg shortfalls and, given today's housing market, some might be considering downsizing.
Here are eight signs the amount of money being spent on pets shows they've become a big consumer class in the U.S.
Reverse mortgages let senior citizens convert home equity into cash without having to sell their house, but such loans come with significant risk.
The museum at the site of the World Trade Center will open to the public in May, officials announced today.
Start-up uBeam intends to free us from the tangle of wires that charge our many devices by delivering wireless electricity.
Resilience in the euro and the Australian dollar has stumped analysts, with one saying that currency markets are now living in an alternative world.
Are Coca-Cola executives getting too sweet a deal? Value investor and fund manager David Winters thinks so.
Internships are one way to get a job. But some companies are better than others at hiring their interns for full-time positions, says a new survey.
Sarah Gibson Tuttle funded a nail salon with the money she saved working in finance for a decade.
Tesla’s Gigafactory will turn an innovative carmaker into another kind of company: a metals market supply-chain manager of lithium and cobalt.
For those who are priced out of the new car market, Cars.com released its list of top buys for around $10,000.
With the US government effectively giving up oversight of the Internet, should anyone in the US be concerned?
Interest is building around "smart" technology to help conserve energy and save money, but one study suggests consumers have been slow to catch on.
Museums are trying new ways of doing business, such as eliminating admission fees in exchange for personal information.
Many of the common questions people ask in job interviews aren't actually that helpful in predicting how well a person will do in a job, experts say.