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Coca-Cola may cut up to 2,000 jobs in the coming weeks, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Appaloosa's David Tepper warned in an email to CNBC that 2015 is setting up to be like 1999.
"Trend bullish." That's how Bank of America Merrill Lynch describes hedge fund positioning into the end of 2014 in a new report.
Facebook looks to carry its current momentum into 2015 while competing against Google and other social media networks.
Natural gas futures have been hit lately and it looks like it is just the beginning of the commodity's decline, Chicago Energies' Peter Amandio said.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul has grievances, and in the spirit of Festivus he is airing them on Twitter.
Not sure what to do with your old iPhone? Well, here's one option.
Zio Ziegler, a 26-year-old painter, makes millions painting murals for big-time tech companies, including Facebook and Google.
Environmental police in Italy seized two dogs from a circus that had dyed the pooches' fur in hopes of passing them off as pandas, The Local reported.
Despite Venezuela's troubles, some U.S.-listed companies will want to keep earning money there. Look for those that own up to currency risk.
Microsoft won the software game by selling its Windows suite to the biggest companies. Scott Guthrie's job is to reach some of the smallest.
There's something to be said for a big, black headline that indicates the market has crossed another bridge.
The Dow Jones industrial average has historically taken an average of about 32 months to jump from one thousand-point mark to the next.
The tally reflects a surge in sign-ups that occurred in advance of HealthCare.gov's Dec. 15 deadline for enrolling in plans that take effect Jan. 1.
Apple has pushed out its first automated security update to Macintosh computers without requiring a Mac user's approval.
With expectations that the Fed will delay an interest rate hike, a good play now could be shares of real estate investment trusts.
More Americans are working past the average retirement age, either by necessity or by choice—or, increasingly, a combination of both.
There's no need to spend $100 or more for a bottle of Champagne. Even a $9 bargain pick can offer value—if you don't make common serving mistakes.
Here's what one banker's little scam on his daily commute says about Wall Street.
The U.S. economy grew at its quickest pace in 11 years in the third quarter, but a separate reading on U.S. factory orders slumped in November.