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Bitcoin will surge past $20,000 and continue its meteoric march into six figures, according to independent research analyst, Ronnie Moas.
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CNBC reviews the 2017 Kia Soul, a car that has some soul of its own.
The holiday season isn't just a boon to retailers that sell merchandise. It's critical to the players that rent clothing too.
SpaceX made NASA history Friday, becoming the first company to launch a resupply mission to the International Space Station.
A weekly recap of some of the most interesting venture capital deals, funds and start-ups.
Jim Cramer highlighted his one big fear going in to 2018.
Jim Cramer broke down the week ahead, in which data from Europe and a trickle of earnings reports could push stocks even higher.
TD Ameritrade is one of the top three retail brokerages, according to capital markets research and consulting firm Tabb.
The device will follow Samsung's popular Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, which were unveiled in March of last year.
Genesis Mining is a company aiming to help mine bitcoin as the process gets more expensive and energy-intensive.
Google is 'turning down support' for its augmented reality platform, Tango, in March of next year.
Bitcoin buyers have been issued a "serious warning" from one of Britain's leading financial regulators.
The biggest names in investing, such as Druckenmiller, Dalio, Chanos, Gundlach and Klarman, are criticizing bitcoin, saying the digital currency has flaws.
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