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Alibaba priced its shares at $68 a piece, and investors are likely to push the price higher when it opens for trading on Friday, analysts say.
President Barack Obama ordered federal departments to launch a concerted effort to combat the growing health threat of bacteria resistant to antibiotics.
The big vehicles that were blasted during the recession as gas-guzzling behemoths are now the hottest in showrooms.
U.S. investors should be concerned about Scotland's vote on independence, Jim O'Neill says.
The U.S. will train at least 50,000 veterans to become solar panel installers in the next six years, the White House said Thursday.
The annual busy season for tech gadgets moves to Amazon, which announced a whopping seven new Kindle devices. NBC News reports.
Record-low interest rates will be around for at least a few more months, the Federal Reserve made clear Wednesday. Enjoy easy money while it lasts.
With plenty of vacant homes, there’s just not enough demand to necessitate building more new homes. So why are they being built?
The Federal Reserve does not plan to propose revisions to the debit card interchange fee standard, it announced Thursday.
Both Apple and Amazon are going to let their customers share stuff they've bought from their digital storefronts with family members.
Royal Caribbean is introducing a robot bartender, but the experience just isn't the same, says Issac from 'The Love Boat.' NBC News reports.
California Gov. Jerry Brown signs new insurance requirements on ridesharing companies into law.
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk said the technology needed for an autonomous car will be ready in five or six years.
In The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: One analyst's buy rating on Alibaba stock; the government's rough housing numbers; and the Apple CEO's privacy push
The world's largest database company has matured and grown in to, what analyst Scott Kessler, considers a utility company.
Target will hire 70,000 seasonal workers this holiday, Wal-Mart 60,000 and J.C. Penney 35,000.
A top Wall Street investment expert doesn't see a stock or corporate bond crash coming anytime soon—even if it's tough to spot cheap assets.
Advisors focused on Gen X and Gen Y clients are blazing trails, creating new fee and service models to serve this large demographic.
Higher tax burdens have many wealthier-than-ever Americans taking a greater interest in charitable-giving vehicles that offer tax relief.
You'll be surprised how quickly you can save $1,000 by the end of the year, simply by reducing or eliminating some common expenses.
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