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Climbing Google search requires a new strategy. Updated algorithms punish once prominent sites, lifting pages deemed content rich.
Shares in retailer J.C. Penney fell sharply on Wednesday after the company said same-store sales growth this quarter would be less than forecast.
ContentGuard's Yovo app joins the likes of privacy messaging apps such as SnapChat and Wickr, but it offers the ability to share selectively on social media.
Frontier markets aren't just volatile natural resources bets. They should be considered for any global stock portfolio.
Federal officials have ordered agents at airports and other points of entry to observe all arriving travelers for signs of Ebola.
People can pay $9,000 to join Netropolitan, a social network catering to those in search of access to people that share a similar lifestyle.
The Department of Veterans Affairs, has a new problem on its hands: a $1000 pill, The Fiscal Times reports.
New social network site Ello may not dethrone Facebook but it's not going unnoticed.
The new .nyc domain name is now available for users for $24.95 a year, reports USA Today.
Has Obama become an isolated political figure who is viewed as a liability to Democrats? The New York Times reports.
What if you are strapped for cash? Geri Pell explains why it may be a smart (sometimes) financial move to borrow from yourself.
Medical debt is the leading cause of bankruptcy—and it's only going to get worse, reports the Fiscal Times.
Will this airline stock soar into earnings?
Passing a soda tax in California may encourage others to follow suit, the Christian Science Monitor reports.
Life expectancy in the USA rose in 2012 to 78.8 years – a record high. USA Today reports.
A drop in rates last week boosted mortgage applications for both refinances and home purchases, and interest rates continues to slide.
When it comes to turning in bad guys in banking, it's not all about the money.
The Ebola epidemic could cost African countries over $30 billion by the end of 2015, according to the the World Bank on Wednesday.
Home prices are still higher compared to last year, but now, suddenly, it looks as if values could actually go negative on a national level.
The dollar's strength against the euro could be among the few positive factors at play for Europe.