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The most expensive strip-club bill, the most hated man in America and more of the best, worst and WTF of 2015.
2015 was a record year for mergers. Here's what the research reveals about how 2016 will compare, says Matt Porzio.
There were few tech IPOs in 2015, partly due to the poor IPO market and to a tsunami of private money.
With the past as prologue, the idea that the Fed would surprise markets with a rate hike seems far-fetched.
Trump is hitting Hillary where it hurts: Bill's sex scandals. How is this crazy war of charged words going to play out?
Raising the minimum wage has only limited benefits, due in part because few of those falling below the poverty line actually receive the wage.
Trader Talk presents the annual New Year's poem of Art Cashin, UBS director of NYSE floor operations.
Here's how the GOP could win the 2016 election or how it could end up handing the Democrats another victory, GOP strategists say.
CVS, Chevron, and J&J are among Michael Farr's top 10 stock picks for 2016. Here's why those and seven others made the list.
Did Facebook jump the shark once parents and other "old" people got on it? Drexel University student Josh Weiss weighs in.
A subsidiary of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is strongly denying renewed accusations that it exploits minorities.
Beyond "get a mentor," Wall Street veteran Michelle Clayman offers these 5 tips for women who want to get ahead.
It's hard to beat the market when you're not on board with the best-performing companies.
Ferrari was one of the highest-profile IPOs of 2015, but after a big splash, the stock dropped below its initial price.
Which presidential candidates are out of touch? Thanks to the 2015 debates, we now know.
A woman was inspired by her young daughters to create an allergy-friendly cosmetics line. Will it fly? Carol Roth weighs in.
Contrary to some economists’ calls, consumers ARE spending their gas savings. And, they’re likely to keep spending, says Insana.
Threats to EU's monetary union and Germany's mismanagement of refugees have obscured progress achieved by France, Italy and Spain in stabilizing their economies.
The nation's largest companies remain laggards in terms of getting women into CEO positions.
Despite the market fluctuations, it was another big year for ETFs in 2015.