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Bitcoin will likely outperform the rest of this year, according to Fundstrat's Tom Lee.
It is shaping up to be another year of double-digit premium increases for exchange health insurance plans, but this time insurers are clearly spelling out who's to blame for their sky-high 2018 rate requests.
The all-electric van by Chanje is out to change the medium duty, short-haul commercial truck market.
Nurses and home-care aides at Libertana Home Health Care have been experimenting by using Alexa with some elderly clients.
BMO downgraded Starbucks after research indicated that the annual increase in store overlap may be hurting sales.
U.S. stocks are at record levels, and one of Wall Street's top strategists is "scared senseless" of betting against them.
VCs, angel and private-equity investors are funding commercial space start-ups that are well positioned in the emerging industry.
This former Facebook product manager says bots are "dumb," but the start-up he works for has at least taught them to be polite.
Venture capitalist Jonathan Silverstein is using his problem-solving skills to find a cure for Parkinson's.
Early signs are hinting at negative to flat same-store sales across the board for department stores, JPMorgan says.
The news that North Korea mastered miniaturizing nuclear devices was not unexpected, but it does mean a significant step for Pyongyang.
There are a variety of reasons why traders in China aren't showing any concern about the stand-off between the U.S. and North Korea, experts explained
DoubleLine Capital CEO and Chief Investment Officer Jeffrey Gundlach predicts bond yields will rise leading to market volatility.
"I'm not going to call it a bubble but I personally wouldn't be buying a 10-year sovereign debt anywhere in the world," Dimon said.
BofAML strategists are expressing a common sentiment — still on the market train but increasingly skeptical about what's fueling the run.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon says it's vital for Congress to implement tax reform to make the country more competitive.
York Capital Management founder Jamie Dinan says he is finding great corporate restructuring stock ideas in Japan and Europe.
Before lawmakers can decide how much to tax the rich, they have to figure out who falls into that category.
Lawmakers will focus on tax legislation soon, yet specifics of their plan remain unclear.
A well-known blogger who leaks new cellphone images says this is an accurate rendering of the iPhone 8.