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Yen bears, many of which predicted the currency would end the year at 105-110 against the U.S. dollar, could finally be rewarded for their patience.
Sandwiched between kids and aging parents, early 'pre-retirees' between 45 and 54 are showing acute signs of investment stress.
The Senate voted to eliminate the use of the filibuster against presidential nominees, breaking the blockade of Obama's nominees. The NYT reports.
The Fed may not be happy until it gets unemployment down to 5.5 percent, if statements from central bank officials and economists are an indication.
The "C" class has been teaching the rest of the market a lesson this year, leading the way with oversized gains.
Of the Big 4 wireless companies, Verizon and T-Mobile did the best job of making their customers happy, according to a survey. But you may want to read on.
The troubled online Obamacare exchange run by the federal government is not secure and needs to be shut down and rebuilt from scratch, said cybersecurity expert Morgan Wright.
Billionaire value investor Mario Gabelli told CNBC Thursday that he sees big opportunities in media stocks, specifically Time Warner, News Corp, Viacom, and Discovery.
America gets a D+ for its crumbling roads, bridges, other infrastructure. The Transport Secretary is calling for a gas tax to help pick up the tab.
The recovery, along with the realization that housing prices can fall nationally, has given rise to coverage protecting against negative equity.
The tech company plans to incorporate "creative" ads in its Xbox content-streaming service that users interact with.
Einhorn, the CEO of hedge fund Greenlight Capital, is best known for market-moving "short" bets on companies like Green Mountain Coffee Roasters.
Bubble-spotting has been the most popular sport on Wall Street these days.
Mitch Garber wants investors to put their money on Web gambling.
Good news for holiday shoppers: You may have more money than you think.
CNBC's Jim Cramer has an idea why sales have suffered of late at a trendy clothing retailer.
Yes. But only if the market doubts its effectiveness.
An expert on high-impact entrepreneurship, Endeavor's Linda Rottenberg, explains why economic adversity sparks innovation and small business creation.
This is a link to an NBC News story.
Opposing portrayals of a former trader at SAC emerged during opening statements at his criminal insider trading trial in Federal District Court.