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As the global coalition for growth expands, it's important that each new addition adds value and has a clearly defined role, says this Treasury official.
U.S. stocks face a storm with China growth in question, the EU potentially losing countries, and oil crashing, taking jobs and the market with it.
There's a big demographic divide between the people who own smartwatches and those who own fitness trackers.
The percentage of people lacking health insurance has reached new lows amid Obamacare's ongoing sign-up season.
Through Greenspan's reign, across the Bernanke years and now during the Yellen era, Fed minutes have been market movers.
Wall Street may not have Bill Ackman to kick around anymore.
A new year means a new strategy for one trader hoping for better returns in the Halftime Portfolio challenge.
Natural disasters took many fewer lives and inflicted less costly damage in 2014 than in an average year, according to insurer Munich Re.
Americans aren't saving enough, but experts say using a bucket strategy could help you put aside more for an emergency fund and planned purchases.
China's stock market is no longer like a casino — it's behaving more like the US market, according to research from these NYU Stern professors.
Twitter is meeting with over 150 advertisers and ad agencies over the course of three days at Tweet Suite in Las Vegas.
Forecasters said the winter storm currently affecting about 120 million people in the U.S. will get worse, NBC News reports.
One analyst cautioned that investors shouldn't get ahead of themselves on Penney's sales boost.
Has the bond rally gotten ridiculous? One big trader appears to think so.
Android's share of the smartphone market has shrunk in the U.S. for the first time since 2013, according to new research.
Home automation and wearables are at an inflection point based on what we're seeing at CES.
WhatsApp, the messaging service Facebook bought for $19 billion, has grown to 700 million monthly active users. Re/code reports.
The U.S. Director of National Intelligence said the recognition from the Sony hack will make North Korea more likely to commit similar acts.
This year’s flu season is shaping up to be as bad as expected. That's good news for drug stores, but insurers and others could suffer.
Chris Kimble told clients he was initiating a short position in U.S. stocks mainly due to the prevalence of an obscure technical phenomenon.