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Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group has finally filed for a nominal $1 billion U.S. initial public offering (IPO).
Alibaba has filed for a U.S. initial public offering which will see it become the largest Chinese firm to list in New York.
We're headed towards what could a market meltdown unless we drastically change economic policy, writes MBMG's Paul Gambles.
Target Interim CEO and President John Mulligan told Reuters on Tuesday he's not interested in becoming the company's new CEO.
Massachusetts' crippled Obamacare exchange is the latest to scrap its existing software, but experts said Tuesday, it likely won't be the last.
The Fed should expect more "bumps in the road" as financial markets react to increasingly less precise communications from the U.S. central bank.
Since the start of the Ukrainian conflict, Russia has increased its air activity over the Pacific Ocean, near California and the island of Guam.
Traders across the financial markets will be hyper-focused on Congressional testimony from Fed Chair Janet Yellen Wednesday.
Few events in the history of the stock market still evoke such deep feelings of disgust as the Flash Crash of 2010.
Over 200,000 people pirating Season 4 Episode 5 at once using file-sharing protocol BitTorrent.
Freeport-McMoRan is selling its Eagle Ford Shale assets in Texas to an Encana subsidiary for $3.1 billion.
Alstom has only "one offer on the table" from General Electric for its energy division, the group's CEO told CNBC.
Whether by friend or by foe, consumers should always report that a card has been lost or stolen.
Whole Foods Market cut its 2014 same-store sales and earnings forecast for the third time amid rising competition.
Walt Disney reported higher profit that beat Wall Street expectations, boosted by the continued strength of its blockbuster animated film "Frozen."
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group is relatively unknown in the U.S. But that's about to change.
As the cracks in China's housing market deepen, the country's major property developers are scouring the world for new opportunities.
China's plans to establish a shale industry to rival the U.S.'s could be a blow for some of the world's poorest gas exporters.
As the Alibaba F1 hits the SEC, the Chinese equivalent of Amazon has aspirations to be the domestic equivalent of YouTube and Twitter.
Just 46 percent of the people who strongly prefer a new home are willing to pay the 20 percent premium that new homes cost.