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The "Oracle of Omaha" says yachts and luxurious homes don’t make him any happier than the house he bought in 1958.
Blue Apron, which delivers ingredients for meals people can cook at home, on Wednesday lowered the range of its initial public offering.
Residents of only one U.S. City make enough income to purchase a new car with a prudent loan repayment schedule, USA Today reports.
Russia slammed the U.S. for not accepting assurances from Syria that there are no preparations for a chemical weapons attack.
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Hand over the keys, Mr. President.
"We don't play a role in drug pricing, but we do affect drug competition," Dr. Scott Gottlieb tells CNBC.
Don't squander your hard-earned cash.
"You are going to get it. If you are prepared for it, it's not going to hurt you as much," says John Paul DeJoria.
Analysts at Goldman Sachs raised their 2017 target for the S&P 500 on Wednesday, but still think a drop is in the cards for the broad index.
The Nasdaq 100 fell and broke a historic win streak, here's what one technical analyst says could follow.
According to a report by Jefferies, Netflix utilizes social media more effectively than cable television, which may drive subscriber numbers.
The full interview with Condoleezza Rice.
Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm on Wednesday warned U.S. oil producers against raising output too much.
Time magazine has asked the Trump Organization to remove a number of issues featuring President Donald Trump from its golf clubs after they were proven to be fakes.
"It starts to feel like monopoly money," says Dr. Alyssa Savage on 'Death, Sex & Money.'
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One trader sees trouble in the charts for the bond market rally.
Berkshire Hathaway's Charlie Munger gave a speech at Harvard that can teach employees psychological habits to avoid in order to help their careers.
Trump has assembled at least four outside attorneys as the Russia probe continues on, USA Today reports.