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Two Chinese fighter jets carried out an "unsafe" intercept of a U.S. military aircraft on Tuesday over the South China Sea, the Pentagon said.
Google announced Wednesday a voice-activated home device, similar to Amazon Echo, to launch later this year.
The Federal Reserve's April minutes upped the prospect of an interest rate hike, sending the dollar higher and most Asia markets lower on Thursday.
Cisco posted better-than-expected quarterly earnings and gave positive guidance for its next quarter, boosted by growth in Asia.
Allianz's Mohamed El-Erian weighs in on the Fed and the next rate hike.
Fifty percent success rate? Jim O'Neill, who coined the term BRICs, says China and India are growing as well — or even better — than he famously forecast.
With the cost of attending a four-year public university topping $34,000, more students are turning to online education as a cheaper choice.
The Fed will likely raise interest rates in June if economic data points to stronger second-quarter growth.
Many of the counterfeit products on Alibaba's e-commerce sites aren't easy to identify, even for this skilled shopper.
The Federal Reserve has perpetuated fear on Wall Street, and once it raises rates it will boost the economy and stocks, Jim Paulsen says.
Jim Cramer reveals his key approach to finding the stocks that are winners for the long run amid the anti-Fed climate.
It's not the waxing prospect of a Federal Reserve rate increase that had the stock market on edge. Not directly, anyway.
A choppy retail earnings season continued Wednesday, and "Fast Money" traders looked through the wreckage at how to play the sector.
Retirement doesn't have to include endless games of shuffleboard and bridge. For many retirees, this couldn't be further from the truth.
The Labor Department announced sweeping changes to overtime regulations, making 4 million salaried workers eligible for extra compensation.
Jim Cramer looked at a tech company with enough growth to thrive in any environment.
Most of the American addresses released in the Panama Papers are personal residences in high-income ZIP codes.
The creators of Cards Against Humanity just sold out of the one thing that could have helped you survive the aftermath of the presidential election.
Highmark has gotten just a small fraction of the approximately $223 million it says the federal government owes it.
Jeff Bewkes, chairman and CEO of Time Warner says the company will flourish, as long as the networks keep churning out great content.