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Traditional financial advisors and new automated robo-advisor competition differ in price, services, approach and degree of personalization.
For the first time since late 2012, Obamacare may have slightly more fans than foes, a survey says.
It's 39-year-old Nick Woodman, the CEO of camera-maker GoPro. The Fiscal Times reports.
The stronger dollar, which proved to be a headwind for the first three months of the year at Kimberly-Clark, is also expected to hamper full-year results.
Texas-based Blue Bell Creameries voluntary recalls all its products after two samples tested positive for listeriosis.
British regulators have challenged their US peers over their reluctance to subject Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway to tougher scrutiny. The Financial Times reports.
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Teva said the stock-and-cash offer of $82 a share represented a 48 percent premium to Mylan's stock price on March 10.
Shares of RCI have surged more than 9 percent this year, outperforming the S&P 500, the Fiscal Times reports.
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Under Armour reported a drop in quarterly profit, hurt by higher costs related to its recent acquisitions.
Charles and David Koch appear to have a favorite in the race for the Republican presidential nomination: Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin.
Last year, Kabam took a $120 million investment from Alibaba. Now, says COO Kent Wakeford, “we’re really going all in in China.”
Stocks are still unpopular despite weak returns from low-risk alternatives. Here's why.
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The New York Times collected three Pulitzers and the Los Angeles Times won two as the awards honored news outlets large and small.
Verizon Communications delivered quarterly earnings that topped analysts' expectations.
Just 68,000 people have signed up for HealthCare.gov plans during a grace period for those subject to an fine.
It's 420 Day, pot's unofficial holiday, and brands like Pepsico, Ben & Jerry's and others are promoting products for the mass market.
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