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The 908-square-foot Palo Alto home fetched more than half a million dollars above asking price.
Some strategists are cautious ahead of the monthly employment report published Friday, and are looking to some risk-off trades.
Experts say a few simple strategies can help you be happier and accomplish more at work.
Worrying about debt can make you sick, so avoid run-ins with collectors with these tips, Mic reports.
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Here's a summary of analyst opinions on Facebook after the company reported first-quarter earnings Wednesday.
You can store Netflix movies and TV shows for offline viewing when you don't have an internet connection. It's super easy. Here's how.
Gold's latest swing lower could be a screaming buying signal.
The House plans to vote on the GOP's Obamacare replacement bill, which includes amendments aimed to win over conservatives and moderates.
A husband-and-wife team initially launched Maui Brewing Company as a small brewpub.
Cathy Beaudoin is stepping away at a surprising time.
People with pre-existing conditions will "absolutely" be covered at an affordable price under the GOP health-care bill, Rep. Mullin said.
Spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders says it's impossible to predict the costs and effects of the GOP plan to replace Obamacare.
Apple's reach stretches far beyond manufacturing jobs, and the tech giant is not stopping now.
The company is seeing gains despite digital media competitors announcing robust online video plans.
Elon Musk believes Tesla can reach a $700 billion valuation due to its robot and software technologies.
If the bill passes, Americans will find that we have worse insurance for fewer people, writes Matt Yglesias.
Even something as simple as paying your credit card bill late can boost your rate.
The northern European country of Iceland has rapidly transformed into one of the hottest global travel spots, Newsweek reports.
General Mills stock rose more than 7 percent Thursday on speculation of a takeover bid but then eased after CNBC reported there was no deal.