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Dennis Gartman says he is "turning fundamentally bullish" on gold in dollar terms.
Wall Street's consensus view on Apple's price target is too high, despite the average estimate falling in recent months, Will Power says.
Bidding in an online auction for the gun that George Zimmerman used to kill Trayvon Martin topped $65 million Friday morning.
A Guardian report contradicts earlier Facebook denials.
Shake Shack, known for its antibiotic-free hamburgers and frozen custard shakes, raised its same-restaurant sales forecast for the year.
Former OMB Director David Stockman says that it doesn't matter if Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump become president - they won't be able to stop a recession.
Donald Trump also says The Washington Post is Jeff Bezos' "toy" to protect Amazon.
The debate on Wall Street has focused on whether the consumer is getting suddenly weaker.
Kohl's and Nordstrom reported a surprise fall in same-store sales, highlighting as consumers pull back spending on apparel.
The Facebook CEO says that being open to all viewpoints was at the "core of everything Facebook is and everything I want it to be."
SWIFT has warned of a second malware attack, similar to the one that led to February's cyber-theft at the Bangladesh central bank.
George Zimmerman has re-listed the gun that he used to shoot and kill Trayvon Martin after the first auction site took the listing down.
Facebook counts on its human editorial team to help curate its trending feed according to leaked internal guidelines.
Bank of America CEO says he’s stepping up the fight against North Carolina’s divisive legislation.
Select users in Los Angeles will receive a free UberLUX ride and the option to watch Amazon Original Series shows as they're driven around.
You won't have to choose between a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup and Reese's Pieces the next time you're at the grocery store.
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