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The immediate post-Brexit era is creating a boon for people outside of the U.K.—especially tourists and luxury goods buyers.
Transportation stocks have entered a death cross.
The technology for driverless and semi-automated cars hasn't been tested enough, Duke University Robotics Director Mary Cummings says.
A little-known incentive for land conservation lets property owners harvest tax savings of as much as 50 percent on their income.
Trader Todd Colvin explains why zero interest rates and a top-heavy market will continue to drive gold higher.
Since the Brexit vote, latent hostility in the U.K. toward the newly arrived EU citizens has burst into the open, many immigrants say.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's coalition looks headed for a victory in Sunday's upper house elections despite doubts on his economic policies and military aims.
An author explains his theory for “a common good economy” that rewards sustainable business practices, while penalizing wrongdoers.
Never have two presidential nominees been as unpopular as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, and The NYT says its affecting their unity efforts.
China's June consumer inflation grew at its slowest since January, while producer prices extended falls, reinforcing expectations for more stimulus.
Sydney H. Schanberg, a reporter who won a Pulitzer for covering Cambodia’s 1970s genocide, inspiring the film “The Killing Fields," died at age 82.
Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Sunday said his ruling coalition government has won victory in an extremely close federal election.
Don't get too excited about the big Mega Millions jackpot. Taxes take a bigger bite out of winnings than you'd expect.
President Barack Obama urged Americans not to see the country as being riven into opposing groups, after a week of boiling tensions.
Some members of the Wharton Business School community are fed up with Donald Trump, NBC News reports.
Bitcoin supply is halved every 4 years to keep a lid on inflation. That means'mining' companies must adjust to the profit hit.
The Dallas sniper was sent home from Afghanistan after sexual harassment allegations and was seen as a loner who followed militant groups on social media.
Increased instant messaging seems to have agitated the generational divide in the workplace. But it's possible to close that gap.
There's an issue lurking at Gap that can't be explained away by any of the excuses it's floated past investors over the past several months.
Older Americans are being taken advantage of by telemarketers, investment professionals or even family.