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    With word today that Roche is going hostile and cutting the price of its bid for shares of Genentech, what should be the first questions on the minds of investors?

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    The gang go behind the headlines and give you their take on the banking sector, Amazon.com and more. Find out where they're making fast money.

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    In a world filled with lots of unknowns and with so many companies reluctant to dole out investor guidance, how can you make sense of the markets?

  • Each year, Travel + Leisure Golf puts together its list of the . These are among the most exclusive and visually stunning communities in the country and have been chosen on a range of criteria: Golf amenity, residential architecture and style, location, management services and programming options, non-golf amenities and environmental stewardship. The rankings also take into account public access to the course — the more exclusive the property, the better it is for the ranking. With starting home

    If you’re a golf enthusiast, or simply enjoy taking in the picturesque views over a majestic 18th green, click ahead to see the Top 15 Golf Communities of 2009!

  • Following are the day's biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of Home Depot and Wellpoint popped while Legg Mason and Novartis dropped.

  • When John Thain became Merrill Lynch’s CEO in early 2008, he hired Michael S. Smith Design to revamp his office suite, spending approximately $1.22 million according to documents. Smith also is Michelle Obama's interior designer at the White House. By comparison, the White House is paying him just $100,000.The following are prices of what Thain paid for the individual items, but we’ve also provided images of some penny-saving alternatives that more reasonable spenders may have chosen for their o

    When John Thain became Merrill Lynch’s CEO in 2008, he hired Michael S. Smith Design to revamp his office suite, spending approximately $1.22 million according to documents. Learn more.

  • Despite a historically troubling year for the auto industry, the show must go on, and the major automakers are showcasing a new breed of environmentally friendly concepts that reflect the direction of the industry as a whole. Some companies, most notably Nissan Motor have decided to skip the Detroit show altogether after the rough year for the industry as a whole. Click ahead for this year's innovative concepts and new cars on display at this year's Detroit Auto Show.

    There's something for everyone at the show--new-generation hybrids, fast and furious wheels, the lap of luxury and limited-edition, million-dollar marvels.

  • The Adult Entertainment industry, although taboo in nature, is serious business. Every year, the top trade publication for the adult industry, the Adult Video Network (AVN), holds the Adult Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas, which is touted as the industry’s largest event worldwide. How big is the adult entertainment industry? The most recent numbers from AVN's 2006 report show industry-wide sales to exceed $12.92 billion, although more conservative estimates place this number significantly lower.

    Adult DVD Empire is the largest online retailer of adult entertainment and it has compiled a list of its all-time best-selling adult DVDs. Click ahead to see the list...

  • If you think your job is bad, think twice... unless you've got one of the "worst" jobs in America today. It isn't much of a surprise that many of these low-rated jobs overlap with the . What's more, none have an annual salary above $40,000.  has released a comprehensive ranking of the worst occupations, based upon several key criteria, including salary, stress and physical demand. What are the ten worst jobs in the country? Click ahead to find out!

    JobsRated.com has released a ranking of the worst occupations, based upon several key criteria, including salary, stress and physical demand. Click ahead for the ten worst jobs.

  • What makes a " good" job? Salary? Physical demands?  Stress  level?  As it turns out, numerous factors enter the good job/bad job equation.  has released  a  comprehensive ranking of the best and worst careers in the country. So, what are the 10 best jobs in the country? Click ahead to find out!  (Salary data is from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.)

    JobsRated.com has released a comprehensive ranking of the best and worst careers in the country. What are the 10 best? Click ahead to find out. (Salary data is from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.)

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