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The State Department confirmed that Russia has sent tanks and other heavy weapons to separatists in Ukraine. NYT reports.
Here’s why I’m betting that Qatar will be stripped of the 2022 World Cup, says former assistant US attorney Mitchell Epner.
This 10,000-square-foot estate is an oasis for best-selling author, TV star and legendary "Queen of Infomercials" Suzanne Somers and her husband.
Take Iraq's oil out of the marketplace, and crude prices will go way higher than they are now, T. Boone Pickens told CNBC on Friday.
Wealthy real estate buyers globally cite waterfront property as their top choice, according to a study from Sotheby's International Realty.
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For those looking for a knighthood, a London firm claims it can quietly guide a nomination from daydream to reality.
Retail investors often buy at market highs and sell at lows, causing losses that has driven a rise in cash holdings. Financial Times.
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U.S. Treasury prices inched higher as the stock market rose after a few days of straight declines.
Palladium tumbled to a one-month low as investors awaited confirmation that South Africa's longest mining strike would end soon.
The S&P 500 is riding a losing streak, so investors may worry Friday the 13th will slash their portfolios again. USA Today reports.
Here's one for the Freaky Friday files: Priceline announced it's buying OpenTable as four new IPOs come to market.
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The outbreak of violence in Iraq in recent weeks has “rekindled market concerns,” according to the International Energy Agency.
A Credit Suisse survey of real estate agents is proving that something other than snow is impacting home sales. May was another tepid month.
Electric dryers, which have barely improved in energy efficiency since the '70s, cost U.S. consumers an excess of $4 billion annually.