Travelers Companies announced on Tuesday that Alan D. Schnitzer will succeed Jay S. Fishman as CEO effective Dec. 1 of this year.» Read More
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Local Motors plans to get into the auto industry next year when it launches what it promises will be the world's first 3-D printed car.
Should homeowners pay off a mortgage early if they're able? Financial advisors weigh in on the pros and cons of owning your home outright.
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Richard Ross of Evercore ISI says the recent decline in Apple shouldn't be alarming. In fact, it's an opportunity to buy the stock.
U.S. government antitrust regulators are looking into whether Apple's treatment of rival streaming music apps is illegal under antitrust law.
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Aiming to remove the distractions of home and cafes, some freelancers and entrepreneurs are turning to office space sharing.
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Technology and medicine are probing the boundaries of mortality. So can only the rich afford to drink from the fountain of youth?
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Katherine Archuleta, the director of the Office of Personnel Management, will resign effective Friday, the NYT reports.
Comic Con is showcasing women's fashion, including a company that nets millions by selling comic-based clothes to fan girls.
Facebook has held preliminary discussions with the major record companies, seeking music video licensing deals, according to sources. NYT reports.
Top economist David Rosenberg explains why we won't see a rate hike this year, gives his bullish case for stocks.
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Emergency supplies were being rushed Tuesday to help Saipan after the Earth's most powerful storm of 2015— Super Typhoon Soudelor— blasted through.
Long-time entertainment power couple Kermit and Miss Piggy split ahead of anticipated television return.
The presidential race reached a tasty new level with Ted Cruz's video featuring him cooking bacon on the barrel of a gun.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer saw that even Apple could not hide from China today. Turns out the best places to hide seem to be the stocks with highest risk, he says.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer gives his take on Apple's recent decline.
Most times, company management wants to unlock value by making a multi-division company easier to understand. Cramer gives investors breakups worth watching.