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Silicon Slopes — a stretch of cities along the Rocky Mountains in Utah — has become a hotbed of start-up activity. VCs are taking notice.
New Yorkers were frustrated early Wednesday afternoon as delays plagued several subway lines.
To continue his political revolution, Sanders says the country must "defeat of Donald Trump" and elect Hillary Clinton.
A recent report by Monster and Brandwatch that analyzed millions of tweets found these states have the most unhappy workers.
After wrestling with a multitude of thorny issues, investors finally are getting around to thinking about the election. They may not get good news.
The UK has seen its own populist revolt, but that doesn't mean the country likes Donald Trump in the White House over Hillary Clinton.
A record price reached by the S&P 500 this week cleared the way for further gains ahead, Bank of America Merrill Lynch told clients.
Dennis Gartman of The Gartman Letter discusses why he’s buying into the cotton market right now.
Consequences of other countries quitting the European Union bought Italy a little leverage at a key time.
Wealthy investors are hoarding cash while Main Street remains optimistic as the presidential election approaches.
Fear of violence at the RNC has some delegates turning to an app that would record and livestream video in case of emergency.
Apple hasn't been able to follow the markets higher — leaving investors to wonder what's next for the iPhone maker.
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For the first time since Forbes' rankings started in 2011, a soccer team did not take the title of most valuable team.
Markets are surging and posting record highs, but Cantor Fitzgerald's Bill Nichols cautioned that growth has not been uniform across the board.
They say that good things come to those who wait — and that couldn’t be truer for the bulls on Wall Street, according to one technical analyst.
The Dow hit a record high Tuesday, and one strategist believes the index will rally to 20,000 by year-end.
The online retailer said worldwide orders rose more than 60 percent compared with the previous Prime Day.
Commodity food costs were down in the second quarter for dairy, eggs, chicken and ground beef, giving relief to some restaurants.
The Republican National Committee held a private meeting to lay out its first move to counter the #nevertrump movement.