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The New York Times reports on why cheaper gas prices at the pump actually lead to Americans spending more on their car fuel.
Apple told a U.S. judge that accessing data stored on a locked iPhone would be "impossible" with devices using its latest operating system.
Oppenheimer’s chief market strategist discusses the next move for the S&P 500 with Brian Sullivan.
Biogen says it's cutting about 11 percent of its workforce and ending some development programs in a restructuring aimed to save $250 million a year.
Rebalancing, like asset allocation, largely determines a portfolio's return, say many advisors. So it's important to pay attention.
IT management software company SolarWinds announces it will be acquired by Silver Lake Partners and Thoma Bravo.
Medical experts argue for making a certain change in our financial abilities a clinical syndrome. Here's what that could mean.
Space collectors are looking forward to the auction of a rare watch worn on the moon, but it's the watch collectors that could drive up the price.
A classic car owner asks Jay Leno if, for the purpose of value, he should paint the car back to its original color.
Since 2009, five stocks have dropped more than 50% while the S&P 500 soared. Could any see a turnaround? Erin Gibbs of S&P and Ari Wald of Oppenheimer discuss with Brian Sullivan.
Matt Hougan, president of ETF.com, reveals the fund that's getting the most attention from investors.
Migration from actively managed mutual funds to passively managed funds hasn't abated, but not every active asset manager is affected.
Paul Ryan would only seek the job if he receives a clear message from the badly splintered Republican caucus that it would support him.
Americans fared better in 2014 than 2013, though most wage earners fell below the national average.
Blackstone's Tony James says China is not heading for a hard landing.
Total application volume increased 11.8 percent last week, the Mortgage Bankers Association says.
General Motors delivered quarterly earnings that handily topped analysts' expectations on Wednesday.
The excitement surrounding Ferrari's flotation might have revved into top gear, but a handful of European analysts aren't getting too carried away.
Credit Suisse is to raise $6.2B in fresh capital, as its new chief executive tries to address investors' concerns.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts with the help of Bruce Kamich to spot a bottom in IBM's stock. How much further can it fall?