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Danae Ringelmann shares her top tricks for staying focused in the face of challenges.
The fear of Britain leaving the European Union is looming, but don't worry, says Scott Wren of the Wells Fargo Investment Institute.
Bernie Sanders acknowledged he will likely not be the Democratic nominee for president. NBC News reports.
Donald Trump wants Bernie Sanders' supporters to "join our movement." Here's why he might be able to win them over, says Jake Novak.
Led by Civil Rights veteran Rep. John Lewis, House Democrats are trying to force a vote on gun control, NBC News reports.
Tesla's bid for SolarCity sent the electric carmarker's shares down, but two experts explain why the deal would work.
As California faces the possibility of energy blackouts, the state may be closing its last nuclear power plant.
NASA's Apple TV app displays high-definition video of Earth from the International Space Station, in real time.
Burger King is getting cheesy this summer with mac n' cheese bites coated in crispy Cheetos dust, dubbed Mac N' Cheetos.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen believes the recent weakness in job growth is "transitory" and does not reflect an otherwise growing economy.
Donald Trump delivered a speech billed as an attack on Hillary Clinton's record. NBC News offers a fact check.
Democrat Ed Rendell discusses the credibility of Donald Trump's attack on Hillary Clinton.
Digging into retirement funds early will wreak havoc on your retirement, thanks to missed compound interest and hefty fees.
Kia has been rated the No. 1 brand in J.D. Power's annual survey of new model reliability. It's the first nonluxury brand to top the list since 1989.
In voting for re-election of Facebook board members, Peter Thiel received more votes than Mark Zuckerberg, BuzzFeed reports.
Axiom reiterated its sell rating on SolarCity.
Despite plunging stock prices, staff exodus and bitter competition, Twitter remains strong, according to one exec.
Ultra High Networth Individuals (UHNW) are most concerned about geopolitical risks and a potential U.S. recession, says UBS's Josef Stadler.
Hostile work environments can be detrimental for a team, but Reboot wants to change that, the Financial Times reports.
Jimmy John's agreed to stop including noncompete agreements in its hiring documents sent to franchisees.