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Big hedge funds bought more Cheniere Energy stock to end 2015. 2016 may leave them regretting it.
The chef in charge of a Swiss restaurant dubbed the best in the world was found dead at his home on Sunday, 24 Heures reported.
The nation’s largest car auction posted its first sales decline since 2010, with sales of everything from muscle cars to vintage European racers slowing.
Google Wallet creator Osama Bedier is taking on retail payments with a new terminal called Poynt and a smartphone approach to software.
Oilman Boone Pickens says U.S. crude hit a bottom at $26.15 per barrel, and based on history, prices should double within 12 months.
Scientists in the U.K. have gained permission to modify the genetic make-up of human embryos for the first time.
In a blog post, the Central Intelligence Agency declassified hundreds of documents culled from the 1940s and 50s that reference UFO sightings.
Based on a price of nearly $6 million and a square foot size of 2000, a Brooklyn property just sold for $2900 per square foot.
From baking powder to babysitting, there are plenty of out-of-pocket expenses for charities that may qualify for a tax savings come Tax Day.
Debate over the 'cheap gas economic boost' question indicates just how unsure economists and investors are about the future.
During the 2016 Super Bowl, Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib will don a high-tech helmet to safeguard against head injury.
A new survey shows the number of states requiring high school students to take a course in economics has dropped over the last two years.
Donald Trump is skipping the GOP debate on Thursday. Here's who will be hurt the most, says Mark Macias.
Phil Rosenthal said his sitcom would not get on the air today, as television tries to pull in a younger audience.
What has undermined faith in our economic system and the very values needed to sustain it? Steve Odland has the answer.
Super Bowl ad campaigns can cost up to $30 million when all is said and done. Still, analysts say it is worth it for the live audience.