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History shows that the commodity rout could actually be a good sign for the market as a whole.
A huge computer attack against JPMorgan Chase last summer may have been more of an attempt to fuel an ongoing pump-and-dump stock scheme.
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Nokia is set to unveil its first major virtual reality project next week in Los Angeles, according to sources familiar with the company’s plans.
Summer's a great time to consider the tax breaks to take when filing your return next year.
Four people involved in a securities fraud scheme tied to the computer hackings of JPMorgan Chase were arrested, Bloomberg reported.
While most states get back more than they send to Washington, the nation's capital is historically a big winner.
After companies dumped Trump due to offensive remarks toward Mexican immigrants, could more follow suit after his comments on veterans?
Mark Cuban did not question Donald Trump's views on politics, but rather how much the GOP Presidential hopeful is actually worth.
Twelve Apple services including the App Store, Apple Music, Apple TV and the iTunes store experienced problems for more than three hours.
Temperatures are set to reach dangerous highs throughout the south and east coast as a heat wave rolls through, NBC News reports.
Already among the top donors to Hillary Clinton's political career, megabank employees have funneled big money into her campaign.
A news study shows that women suffering from Alzheimer's worsen twice as fast as their male counterparts, NBC News reports.
Rulings by justices with a potential financial interest in the outcome of the cases raise new questions about the credibility of the court.
In an intensifying fight over capping cars in NYC, City Hall and Mayor de Blasio try a new strategy in fighting Uber, NYT reports.
Sports Authority is hoping to end years of what Moody's described as "inconsistent" operating performance.
While the initial panic or hysteria may have dissipated, the threat of Ebola remains imminent, survivor Kent Brantly said.
Instagram recently banned the hashtag #curvy, angering many users. Re/code looks at how the platform decides which hashtags to ban.
A New York state wage board is expected to recommend lifting the fast-food minimum wage to $15 an hour, The Wall Street Journal reports.
California may be thirsting for more drops of water, but water utilities in the state—and elsewhere—are doing great.
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Diner en Blanc is where city dwellers get to party with a purpose, and a selfie.
Target date funds are a popular default option in many retirement plan investment schemes, but are they a good fit for younger, millennial investors? CNBC Senior Personal Finance correspondent Sharon Epperson discusses target date funds with certified financial planners Tim Maurer, of The BAM Alliance; Amanda Lott, of Regent Atlantic Capital; and Douglas Boneparth, CFP Board Ambassador New York.
Is social media the great equalizer that allows small businesses to compete with bigger rivals?
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer’s revealing the high growth stock he’s got his eye on.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer knows that many of the FANG faithful are tempted to sell. He makes the case as to why Facebook, Amazon, Netflix & Google could still surge.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer went back to school to teach investors how to best protect their portfolio and take advantage of opportunity in a wild market.