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In his book "Flash Boys," author Michel Lewis alleges that the market is rigged in favor of high frequency traders. But you can still beat the pros.
Pimco's Bill Gross isn't the only bond fund manager losing assets.
The Final Four NCAA basketball tournament will make for a busy and profitable weekend, food retailer CEOs tell CNBC.
A plan to roll back higher flood insurance premiums is making homeowners happy, but one analyst says it only makes the situation worse.
With Russian tensions easing and the coldest winter in decades abating, oil prices should be rather subdued for a while, analyst Matt Smith says.
Russian natural gas producer Gazprom announced a more than 40 percent increase in the price of gas for Ukraine on Tuesday.
Europe’s beaten down properties are looking attractive, especially in Ireland and the Mediterranean, billionaire investor Wilbur Ross said.
Gold's slide is set to deepen this week to below $1,270 an ounce if Friday's closely watched U.S. jobs report signals improving labor market growth, CNBC's latest survey of traders and strategists has found.
The founder of AOL and pioneer of the Net notes how the next big opportunity in the industry is in solving the online privacy issue for the masses.
U.S. manufacturing slowed in March after nearing a four-year high, but the rate of growth remained strong, an industry report showed.
The White House task force that oversaw the 2009 bailout of General Motors was unaware of any problems with faulty ignition switches, a former member tells CNBC.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
They may have been branded the "most hideous" stocks recently, but 3-D printing will continue to produce stellar growth over the coming years, according to research.
Warren Buffett's sister, Doris, is offering a free online course on getting good value for the money you give away to charities.
Apple and Samsung return to federal court for opening statements in their latest patent battle.
Most of us have a positive experience when we use the Web. Credit unions, shipping companies, banks and hotels scored highest.
The U.S. Congress will try to establish who is to blame for at least 13 auto-related deaths over the past decade, as public hearings are launched on Tuesday on General Motors Co's slow response to defective ignition switches in cars.
When General Motors goes to Capitol Hill, it sees a lot of friendly faces.
The big stock exchanges are profiting handsomely from the extra-fast access they are providing to certain investors.
After years of powering growth for the Coca-Colas and Pepsis of the world, diet is now a drag.