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In one respect, the Oracle of Omaha is having his first truly disappointing year since 1990.
Honduran authorities said on Wednesday they had intercepted six Syrian nationals traveling on doctored Greek passports in the past week.
Mobile payments company Square priced its initial public offering Wednesday at $9 per share, below the price range it previously outlined.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew called on Congress to pass legislation to stop the deals, in which a company moves its tax address overseas.
Fed minutes reinforced what central bank officials have been saying over and over again: Interest rates are going up.
Students from Stanford's Graduate School of Business are making the most money in 2015, landing a record-breaking pay package.
Mystery Science Theater 3000 is coming back thanks to a Kickstarter campaign from the show's creator Joel Hodgson.
Global average temperature last month was a bigger jump from the average than September's, according to NOAA and NASA.
Money managers, value investors and analysts are eyeing Dec. 1, when $355 million of notes issued by the Government Development Bank come due.
President of Audi of America Scott Keogh discusses Audi sales this year, as well as sales of electric and hybrid cars.
As many institutions are now ramping up cybersecurity hiring, the next generation of cybersoldiers is stepping up.
There's one area where the big-box discounters continue to fall short: Online sales growth.
A new report claims that several top banks are unwittingly part of a botnet that creates fake ad views.
Retailers and restaurants are testing robots in the aisles of stores, using them for jobs done by sales associates.
A California-based company is building a user interface completely controlled by the eye. That could be key to first responders.
The Fed's policy-making committee was "prudent" in keeping rates unchanged at its last two meetings, a top Fed official said.
There were widespread whiteouts from Colorado to Kansas, while thousands in the Northwest lost power. NBC News reports.
Honda Motor leads all automakers with nine models designated as having the highest risk from air bag inflators that can explode with too much force.
Dinosaur claws, a quick-folding trampoline, and a slingshot-like device have made the list of most dangerous toys.
ConAgra Foods said it would separate into two public companies, one to focus on its consumer brands and the other on its frozen potato business.
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Manhattan caterer Great Performances and The Salvation Army set out to feed New York's needy this Thanksgiving.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer shares his money managing tips to help investors create a winning portfolio.
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