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The ex-CEO of Foxwoods Casino knew back in 2012 that he was in the mood for a career change. Boy, did he find one.
Ralph Whitworth struck back at speculation that the company's plan to split its business in half was a defensive move spurred out of weakness.
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The famed Waldorf Astoria hotel, famously called "the greatest of them all," is now the most expensive of them all, after selling for $1.95 billion.
Here's why the judge had to throw the book at "Real Housewives" stars Teresa and Joe Giudice, explains former US assistant DA Mitchell Epner.
Arminio Fraga, the man who could become finance minister of Brazil, knows what he wants to do to help that country's economy.
Art Cashin of UBS says fears of a black swan event, European growth worries and technical weakness are weighing on stocks.
According to GasBuddy, 10 percent of the nation's gas stations are now selling gasoline at less than $3 a gallon.
The seller said he was sent the device by Verizon when he simply ordered a normal iPhone 6.
AT&T is apologizing for an incident in which one of its workers improperly accessed account information of some customers, Re/code reports.
Rob Manfred, the next MLB commissioner, sets out priorities for his term.
Drones may someday be used in your insurance claims assessments. A San Antonio-based insurance company has filed a request for permission with the FAA.
High net worth clients are looking beyond stocks, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management's Colbert Narcisse says.
Twitter has given $10 million to MIT for research that would explore how people use and achieve shared goals via social networks.
Guess what? While you were waiting for the Fed to hike rates, monetary policy was already getting tighter, says Ron Insana. Here's why.
Sales and earnings are moving in the right direction, so the closures won't be seen as a sign of weakness, Brian Sozzi said.
Banker compensation may get more complicated and have fewer zeroes if the International Monetary Fund has a say.
PayPal co-founder Max Levchin weighs in on company's split with eBay, as well as his new start-ups, Affirm and Glow.
Under its new owner Jeff Bezos, the Washington Post will go national via a new Kindle app, according to Bloomberg Businessweek.