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The proportion of women working in technology is "disastrous" for the sector, Wikipedia's founder told CNBC.
The low-cost unit will allow Goldman to charge lower interest rates and still make a profit. But the venture holds risks.
Labor and community groups filed a complaint with the IRS accusing Wal-Mart's charitable foundation of violating its tax-exempt status.
Apple will end up passing along more than $7 of your $10 a month fee to music labels, music publishers and other music owners.
The judge's decision in the A.I.G case could have far-reaching consequences should another financial crisis occur.
There are ways to sidestep college tuition. Find one that works for you.
One of the "dirty little secrets" is that interest rates can rise well ahead of the time that the Fed decides to nudge them higher.
Many of those happy with their new health plans could lose coverage because of a pending Supreme Court case.
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush officially announced his presidential campaign Monday afternoon from Miami.
E3 expects 27 virtual reality tech firms to show off their gadgets this year, but Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus remain the biggest players.
Technology workers are leaving Silicon Valley and moving to new cities—and it's affecting housing prices, a study found.
The hacking of the White House Office of Personnel Management could provide a treasure trove for foreign spies.
Those between 65 and 74, supported by Social Security, pensions and investments, have fared better than most other groups outside the superrich.
Standard Pacific Corp and Ryland Group Inc said they would merge to become the fourth-largest homebuilder in the United States.
Factory activity in New York contracted in June, as manufacturers were held back by a strong dollar and investment cutbacks by oil and gas drillers.
Independent baseball clubs are giving Major League Baseball a run for its money.
The GOP presidential hopeful told CNBC he's not against free trade deals, but he's wary about giving the president fast-track negotiating authority.
Different attitudes in how men and women prepare for their futures might be contributing to the gender gap, The Fiscal Times reports.
Dinosaurs rule the earth again after " Jurassic World" debuted to a dominant $204.6 million at the domestic box office this weekend.
A look at the ramifications of defaulting on student debt by The New York Times.
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Despite its myriad troubles and doubters on Wall Street, Bank of America has a friend in Dick Bove.
Glenn Fedale on how he turned a summer job working in the gutters into a $60 million roofing and real estate fortune.
For Maksim "Maks" Chmerkovskiy, the journey to success has been less about pursuing passions than simply refusing to fail.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer on what's really eating Whole Foods.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer thinks Cohealo's software represents a great leap forward when it comes to containing health care costs. Mark Slaughter, CEO of Cohealo, discusses the company's functions and pipeline.
Mad Money's Cramer has the read on both Yelp and Twitter's most recent quarters.