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Oil was helped on Friday by a weaker dollar, as investors weighed the impact of OPEC output cuts against rising U.S. oil output.
Less than one percent of applicants get to pitch their idea to the sharks and even fewer make it on TV.
The once-fringe site has gone from just a million views at its inception to close to 20 million views today, NBC News reports.
The CEOs of Tumblr, Slack, Squarespace, Foursquare and Reddit all signed.
The Dow first hit 10,000 on this day in 1999. With the Dow above 20,000, a striking stat shows just how different the market is today.
Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih on Thursday said relations between his country and the United States have never been better.
As our attention spans shrink, Giphy says it offers a database of microentertainment to help us get our message across.
On Friday, the German chancellor, whose country has Europe's largest economy, will meet with Trump at the White House.
Ignoring climate change is a ‘bad deal’ for the US, The Verge reports.
Emergency dental visits jump 77 percent after St. Patrick's Day. Here's how to avoid a painful surprise bill.
Bankers and fund managers factor in possible French presidential victory for far right, Financial Times reports.
The Oracle of Omaha is the bank's biggest shareholder through his Berkshire Hathaway, which has a 9.6 percent stake worth $28.5 billion.
Here's how Gates, Sheryl Sandberg and others guarantee a good night's sleep.
Ahead of World Monopoly Day, Monopoly-owner Hasbro has revealed that these tokens will be removed from the game's new fall edition.
There's nothing wrong with nostalgia as an emotion, but it's a terrible basis for a national economic strategy, writes Vox's Matt Yglesias.
Being "results-oriented" is a flaw, not a boast, says Tommy Angelo.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will have to tread carefully in South Korea and China as he initiates talk of aggressive measures against North Korea.
Shares of luxury jewelry maker Tiffany & Co. rose after the company outpaced Wall Street estimates.
Among some of the cities hit hardest is Detroit, which Trump implied during his campaign had nothing to lose, NBC News reports.
Online shopping and other e-commerce sales go down during big snowstorms. It's counter-intuitive because people actually buy more when they're at work.