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Bitcoin briefly fell Tuesday below the psychologically key $10,000 for the second time in a week.
Badoo, the majority owner of dating app Bumble, which requires women to make the first move, is for sale. It's seeking $1.5 billion.
Leuthold Group’s Jim Paulsen is bracing for a 15 percent pullback.
JPMorgan Chase to increase wages, hire more and open new branches as part of a $20 billion investment following the overhaul of the U.S. tax code.
South Korean regulators on Tuesday announced new rules on the use of real-name accounts in the cryptocurrency market.
ETF Managers Group Founder and CEO Sam Masucci threw caution to the wind with his latest marijuana ETF — and it's paying off.
A quarter-mile trip in one of the ubiquitous black luxury minivans that shuttle participants around the town took nearly an hour, The New York Times reports.
William Ackman is cutting staff and looking to lower his public profile as he seeks to turn around Pershing Square Capital Management.
Investors are betting Canada's smaller financial firms could see a jump in revenues after they helped fund marijuana companies.
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell Monday.
More than 10 percent of $3.7 billion raised in coin sales known as initial coin offerings has been lost or stolen, accounting giant Ernst & Young says.
Six people, including former partners of the accounting giant KPMG, are accused of using leaked information to spruce up audit work
Vanguard CEO Tim Buckley may think highly of blockchain technology, but he isn't planning on investing in bitcoin anytime soon.
Coinbase hires Tina Bhatnagar, former VP of operations and user services at Twitter.
South Korea might have plans to regulate cryptocurrencies, but some experts continued to sound upbeat about the space.
Kelly said the payments processor is thinking ahead to an eventual move beyond physical payment methods and traditional points of sale.
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