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In several states, annual back-to-school sales tax holidays will be noticeably more muted this year.
Billionaire George Soros has re-emerged this election cycle as a major Democratic donor, Politico reports.
Yahoo's sale is the latest example of a big activist investor getting what he wants. And similar deals may be coming.
Facebook's dominance in mobile and its ability to provide location-based ads puts it in a good position for the future.
A Georgia man who reportedly used part of his $3 million in lottery winnings to deal drugs has pleaded guilty to drug trafficking and firearm charges.
Qualcomm is set to pay more than $19 million to settle claims that the company discriminated against female employees, Recode reported.
If Russia is behind the leak of Democratic Party emails, it's not just because Putin likes Donald Trump, sources told NBC News.
The 2016 GOP platform is calling for retaliation against online hackers. But experts say fighting back could trigger severe consequences.
Employees know they could be saving more for retirement, and they want their employers to help them get there.
A significant bump higher in June home sales failed to materialize as expected, because buyers were met with little supply of available listings.
Maxim Group is expecting "a significant upgrade cycle" for Apple in the coming years, analyst Nehal Chokshi says.
Google investors looking for revenue diversification can look to Schwab's purchase of Chromebooks as a positive sign.
For many working parents, summertime is no vacation; it is a costly child care shuffle. Here's a creative new way to juggle work and kids.
Living aboard a cruise ship may make financial sense when compared to other senior living options, especially in expensive locales.
Comcast chief Brian Roberts says "our momentum continues across our businesses."
Eli Lilly on Monday announced that John Lechleiter, its chairman, president and CEO, will retire from the company effective December 31, 2016.
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Jeremy Shuler, who started classes at Cornell this week, could become the Ivy League school's youngest graduate.
Sales at high-end car auctions in Pebble Beach and Monterey, California, fell 14 percent from last year.
NBA star Dwyane Wade's cousin was shot and killed while pushing her baby in a stroller near a school.
Jim Cramer explains what makes a company the best in its sector and when to buy.
Jim Cramer spoke with top execs on how they’re adapting to changing consumer habits, the future of retail & preventing hacks in today’s digital world.
Jim Cramer explains how his perspective changed on how he viewed both the market, and the goal of "Mad Money" after the Great Recession.