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Hedge-fund executive David Tepper is living separately from his wife of more than 25 years, according to someone familiar with the matter.
One of the largest British hedge funds is coming to the U.S. in hopes of managing more American dollars.
If crude oil prices don't recede soon, the American consumer will be in trouble, warns Stephen Schork.
IBM's Watson is changing the way banks and other financial institutions think about how they run their business.
Ken Moelis, CEO of the investment bank Moelis & Co., thinks corporate boards should stand firm against activist investors.
Expectations for modest stock market gains will make stock picking difficult, but here's how Goldman Sachs is putting money to work.
Los Angeles tech is having a moment, and it's been a long time coming.
Here's why Donald Sterling changed his mind on the sale of the LA Clippers once again, says lawyer Mitchell Epner.
Donald Sterling has a right to fight for the Los Angeles Clippers, but the 80-year-old may not live to see the outcome, Kevin O'Leary said.
Peter Diamandis, co-founder of Singularity University, says within 15 years many S&P 500 companies will be extinct.
The best FAs help individuals deal with all of life's financial challenges—from managing credit and debt to taxes and estate planning.
Creator Alexey Pajitnov says he didn't make money from Tetris for 10 years and he spills more little-known facts from the game's early days.
Achillion's been a takeover target for years. But Merck's acquisition of Idenix may mean Achillion's time has come.
Gino Gargiulo's passion for Lambos runs deeper than most. He created a bright yellow superboat inspired by his Aventador. Which one is faster?
Salesforce is betting that wearables in the workplace will be a big business opportunity.
United fliers will soon earn miles by dollars spent rather than distance flown. Some travelers may benefit from the program changes.
Skip the poker face. If you're hoping to negotiate to your advantage, you should put on your best angry expression, TODAY reports.
Dunkin' Donuts CEO says its sandwiches are snacks, not lunch.
Here's what Obama's critics get wrong — and the risk they pose for the next president, says Harvard Professor Joseph Nye.
Last week Carl Icahn revealed an almost 10 percent stake in Family Dollar, a company Jim Cramer has hated for quite some time. What gives?