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The value of Amazon's business "should double" in the next three years, the value investor tells CNBC.
We found three stocks that gave investors positive returns if they were bought on Jan. 1 and sold on Dec. 31 each year over the last decade.
Instagram Stories has had little impact on Snapchat downloads and usage, nor have advertisers decided to move their dollars.
Market bulls might want to root especially hard for the bank stocks.
The founder of Baltimore-based LMM, sees shares of OneMain Holdings nearly tripling in two years.
The "Scalia Score" is based on the number of times a judge cites opinions authored by late Justice Antonin Scalia, Buzzfeed reports.
The VIX, widely considered the best gauge of fear in the market, broke below 10 for less than a minute Wednesday at 2 p.m. Eastern.
A random woman from rural Maryland started a blog in 2006 when she heard refugees were resettled near her home, Vox reports.
It isn't that hard for attackers to break into your device and snap up personal information. Here's how to protect yourself.
Workers contributed to their employer-sponsored plans at rates not seen since before the financial crisis.
But for the time being, legendary investor Bill Miller tells CNBC, stocks are not expensive relative to other options.
S&P Global Market Intelligence finds that Trump's tweets affect the market's perceived credit quality of firms such as Toyota in the short term.
Facebook's conference call with investors after its fourth-quarter results was simply "remarkable," Cramer says.
While cute, these residences on wheels are not for everyone.
If you claimed this important retirement benefit too early, there are steps you can take to correct that.
Move over, Harvard. Stanford ranks No. 1.
"I worry that we're going to do too much repealing and not enough replacing in the world," former diplomat Richard Haass tells CNBC.
"This environment is undoubtedly better for active investing," Third Point's Dan Loeb said in his fourth-quarter investor letter.
The widely respected hedge fund investor has a clear message for the president: you need the stock market to "Make America Great Again."
Legendary investor Bill Miller, LMM chairman & CEO, shares his optimistic outlook on Amazon versus other retailers.