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Here's what's behind the Internet trolls, whose latest victim is the daughter of the late Robin Williams. The NYT reports.
Despite the rough ride this summer due to international turmoil, stocks look like they're poised to continue their upward march, two market watchers tell CNBC.
Are high-yield bonds merely witnessing a "natural correction" or is it time to cut and run?
What may be the clearest pictures yet of Apple's forthcoming iPhone 6 emerged on Friday—from, of all places, the Hollywood gossip website TMZ.
Intel and SMS Audio, the company founded by 50 Cent, are partnering to launch heart-rate-measuring headphones.
U.S. producer prices rose marginally in July as a decline in the cost of energy goods offset higher food prices.
Two major grocery store chains—Supervalu and Jewel-Osco—said they may have been adversely affected by computer data breaches.
Manufacturing activity in New York State improved in August, albeit at a slower pace than expected.
Ebay's PayPal is in talks with bitcoin transaction providers to integrate the currency within its payments system.
The 117-year-old method to set a price for silver, known as the "fix," is coming to an end, replaced by a new electronic pricing mechanism.
From longevity risk to interest-rate risk, here is a look at five investment risks and how people of every age face them.
The top models for 2014 included seven cars that were included for the first time.
"It's crazy that they say the Pentagon is adding any kind of fuel to that fire," says a Department of Defense source.
Coca-Cola Co will buy a 16.7 percent stake in Monster Beverage in deal that includes the companies swapping ownership of some products.
Rob Manfred was chosen Thursday by the league's owners to succeed Bud Selig as commissioner, one of the most powerful positions in sports.
In addition to his battles with depression and anxiety, actor-comedian Robin Williams also suffered from Parkinson's disease, his wife said.
The stock broke $1,000 for the first time in 1983, $10,000 in 1992 and $100,000 in 2006.
Wal-Mart reported earnings in line, but it wasn't a great report. Traffic was down and full year guidance got cut by about 5 percent.
The company said that its green coffee prices have jumped about 55 percent in the past year.
Instead of volunteering and building their resumes to nab a spot at a top university, some high school grads are taking full-time jobs. The Fiscal Times reports.
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If you had a million – or a billion – dollars, which celebrity bad boy would you most be like – Charlie Sheen? Justin Bieber?
Our story this week on one man's food bonanza gave rise to the pragmatic if not really important question: Should you tip on take out orders?
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It's not the iPhone, or anything inside, that's caught Mad Money host Jim Cramer's eye.
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