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By ignoring baby boomers in ads, technology, automobile, travel and sports-related companies are missing out the most, N.Y. Times reports.
President Donald Trump said he is looking for ways to reduce government spending heading into the next budget season.
Shifts in the patent system over the past decade have weakened companies' abilities to protect innovations, the Financial Times reports.
As NAFTA debate continues, the ability of foreign companies to sue governments is one of the most contentious issues, N.Y. Times reports.
A shale gas drilling boom over the last decade has propelled the United States from energy importer to exporter, N.Y. Times reports.
One man says the Apple Watch and an app named HeartWatch saved his life.
The new Apple Park campus is almost finished, a new video from Matthew Roberts shows.
Airbus issued its forecast as part of its global long-term outlook.
It is already in retail and restaurants; it was only a matter of time before bitcoin took on real estate.
Gary Cohn also says President Trump will push harder to make sure Congress understands the urgency.
The tech companies and their visionary founders have raised "transparency" as the cure-all for oppression and corruption, says Jim Rutenberg of the NYT.
These recent graduates are earning big paychecks in their first job. This is how they make the most of it.
The Weinstein Company is also negotiating with Barrack's Colony Capital the possible sale of part or all of its assets.
U.S. stocks rose to record highs on Monday as Wall Street looked ahead to the release of Netflix's quarterly results.
North Korean race-goers who once risked three years hard labor for gambling are now able to bet on local horse races.
Ruby Tuesday said it agreed to be acquired by a fund managed by NRD Capital, an Atlanta-based private-equity firm.
Older adults' complaints to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau center on mortgages, credit reports and debt collection.
The big question hovering over Wayfair is whether the company can ever make money by delivering bulk furniture virtually for free, the NYT reports.
The average cost of a home in Greater London is shrinking for only the third time in 10 years.
Negotiators at talks to modernize NAFTA are running out of time and look set to extend the remaining rounds in a bid to meet an end-year deadline.
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The Senate GOP tax bill would reduce federal revenues by an estimated $1.3 trillion to $1.5 trillion over a decade.
BofAML sees a good news-bad news scenario in 2018: A solid push higher in the first half followed by trouble after.
A nonpartisan group said the Senate plan would leave half of taxpayers facing higher levies by 2027.
The trick for many publishers is balancing these in-game payments.
Jim Cramer goes over the most important and scariest chart patterns that should matter to anyone involved in stocks.
Jim Cramer teaches investors the key signals that mean it's time to sell.