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It's no secret that there's plenty of pessimism in the market, but is there too much?
Pandora Media's lack of profitability didn't stop investors from tuning in to the Internet radio stock, boosting it's price as much as 50 percent in its market debut Wednesday.
Online-radio service Pandora Media and Internet real-estate tracking website Zillow are about to join a rare group of publicly traded companies that have single-letter ticker symbols.
Dating over 40 is like being in outer space. And just like astronauts need assistance with entry into the Earth's atmosphere, one dating site is aiming to help men over 40 re-enter the love atmosphere.
Stocks slipped slightly from session highs but still closed broadly higher Tuesday, led by gains in the energy sector, following a handful of economic news that helped boost market confidence.
Stocks pointed to a higher close Tuesday after a handful of economic data helped boost market confidence and after Fed chairman Ben Bernanke said failure to raise debt ceiling could result in severe market disruption.
Google is investing $280 million to help private homeowners put solar panels on their rooftops in what is the company's largest investment in clean energy.
Representative Anthony Weiner may have taken it to an extreme. But experts say the online flirtations and provocative photos that got him into so much trouble are far from unusual among adults these days, the New York Times reports.
Are the gold bars in Fort Knox really made of the precious metal? Or has the U.S. government secretly sold off the nation's stockpile and replaced it with metal bars that are only painted gold? Ron Paul wants to find out.
The International Monetary Fund was hit recently by what computer experts describe as a large and sophisticated cyberattack , the New York Times reports.
The "Mad Money" host explains the best way he believes you can make money on these risky stocks.
Calls outnumbered puts by more than 2 to 1 yesterday, another indication that the sentiment remains bullish.
Stocks rebounded Thursday after a six-day selloff to close higher for the first time in June, after investors cheered the international trade report and following the Greek Cabinet's decision to support a new round of austerity measure for its debt-ridden nation.
Stocks rallied to session highs in the final hour of trading Thursday as investors snapped up beaten-down stocks following the international trade report and after the Greek Cabinet supported a new round of austerity measures for the debt-ridden nation.
Google's homepage today has an interactive guitar. It comes days after Apple launched its new iCloud. So who's cooler? Take our poll and share your opinion.
Stocks advanced Thursday, buoyed by banks and energy, seeking to reverse a six-day losing streak as investors were encouraged report showing that exports hit a record high in April, narrowing the U.S. trade deficit.
Fifteen years ago, New York City’s reputation as an international financial center was called into question when the giant Swiss bank UBS moved its North American headquarters to the Connecticut suburbs, where it built the largest trading floor in the world. Now, though, UBS is having buyer’s remorse, the New York Times reports.
The woes of Nokia, the world’s largest phone maker, took another turn Thursday with the departure of a key executive and further falls in its share price.
“Groupon and the rest of the industry has grown so rapidly because, for the first time in history, merchants can leverage the Internet in scale,” says one analyst. “The deal commerce space is going to be massive.”
Germany has been a frequent cudgel in recent fights over the American economy. When Germany has grown faster than the United States, stimulus skeptics like to point across the Atlantic Ocean and say that austerity works. When it has grown more slowly, people who think the American stimulus made a big difference — including me — return the favor the Mew York Times reports.