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The oil market's "real Achilles heel" is slowing economies in this region, says John Kilduff.
Britain has a "fixation" with next week's vote on whether the U.K. should exit the European Union trading block, Blackstone chief Steve Schwarzman tells CNBC.
Half of those polled also said the central bank is overly influenced by the latest economic data.
More U.S. public pension funds are looking to buy real assets for their portfolios, seeking cash-generating, stable investments amid low rates.
Charitable giving in the U.S. hit a record $373.3 billion in 2015, with individuals contributing more than two-thirds of that amount.
The company’s struggling stock price, and its reliance on stock-based compensation may be a factor in its sale to Microsoft.
The Florida gun dealer who sold a handgun and a rifle to the Orlando massacre suspect said Monday that his conscience is clear.
The connection between Dan Gilbert and Warren Buffett became evident with news that Buffett was backing Gilbert's surprise bid for Yahoo.
Light-polluted skies prevent most Americans from ever seeing the stars, and mess with the environment and human health.
The company unveiled a new Xbox One system, code named Project Scorpio, that greatly enhances the hardware power.
The CEO of Ubisoft says he's confident the French videogame publisher will be able to fend off a move by Vivendi.
For the first time, Apple is letting users delete the company's built-in apps. The Verge reports.
Electronic Arts wants the video game world to know how dedicated it is to "Star Wars." But don't look for a new title this year.
This is what the most important factor is for the Federal Reserve, Goldman Sachs Chief Economist Jan Hatzius says.
Bethesda Softworks isn't planning to stay on the sidelines as VR games grab a foothold in the industry.
The CME Group has sanctioned a former airline fuel executive for front-running his own employer's exchange orders, among other things.
Along with Reid Hoffman's major windfall will come a massive tax bill that could top $300 million for the state of California alone.
At the same time, federal health spending would decline by more than $900 billion.
Apple is upping its bets on online streaming by giving Apple Music facelift.
As investigators look into the Orlando nightclub shooting, security experts work to determine how these events can be prevented.
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The swirling red eye on Jupiter's surface supply enough heat to warm the rest of the planet's upper atmosphere.
Forrest E. Mars Jr., a scion of the family that satisfied America's sweet tooth, died, the New York Times reports.
For Farmbox CEO and founder Ashley Tyrner, being on food stamps turned out to be a blessing in disguise.
Jim O'Sullivan, High Frequency Economics, weighs in on when the Fed is likely to raise rates and provides his outlook on the economy. Also O'Sullivan shares his thoughts on what's driving markets higher.
Among the events that happened on this day in history, in 1977 oil flows for the first time through the Trans-Atlantic Pipeline.
The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses some of the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including an article in The Wall Street Journal written by Karl Rove titled "The Democratic Bash Won't Matter."