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A new satellite will help U.S. weather forecasters make their first big technological leap forward since the 1970’s.
Most voters care more about issues other than health care when it comes to picking the next president.
Wal-Mart wants to make its supercenters easier and more festive to shop this holiday season.
IBM's Watson first appeared on "Jeopardy" five years ago, and since then, Watson has become the "silver thread" tied into much of IBM's success.
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Financial advisors sometimes forget clients grieving a death or divorce need some time to heal before making important financial decisions.
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Bec Koop owns Buds & Blossoms, specializing in pot-infused weddings. Her motto? "Straight from your bouquet to your bowl."
The Fed meeting next week is widely expected to be a snoozer, but there is a way the Fed could wake up markets.
It's not time to abandon the Red Giant, says this legendary investor. China's growth is still robust, and its middle class is rising.
Longtime market bull Tom Lee tells CNBC he sees a "catch-up rally" for the stock market that he attributes to one factor.
The World Series between the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians could be the last in which balls and strikes are called by a homeplate umpire.
Software will continue to eat the world and erase some jobs, but history suggests it will create even more, said Andreessen Horowitz VC.
Better understanding your health-care plan coverage could help you reduce the chances of a surprise medical bill.
Just about anybody with decent computer literacy could pull off an election-night hack, according to a former CIA intelligence expert.