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The top-performing technology hedge funds are betting on China, social media and gaming, according to analysis from Symmetric.
Chief content officer Ted Sarandos talked to Variety about the company's strategy to own even more original TV and movies.
"Society and companies work better with a set of morals on the ground."
President Donald Trump retweeted — then undid — a message calling him a "fascist."
Bitcoin's market capitalization reached as high as $73.5 billion, within touching distance of major stocks like Netflix.
July's strong retail sales relieved some of the fears that the real cause of low inflation is a weak consumer.
Ahead of the solar eclipse, high-altitude balloons are being tested for possible Mars survival, Verge Reports.
State securities regulator asking whether top brokerages handle customer buy and sell orders in a way that gets them the best price.
If Wells Fargo hoped that the bogus accounts issue was its only problem, it was mistaken, N.Y. Times reports.
Paulsen says the number of "pronounced" factors that investors are worried about remains high.
Microsoft's Cycle Computing acquisition comes three years after the company bought another high-performance computing company, GreenButton.
The tech executive responded to the violence in Charlottesville, Va.
Dick's Sporting Goods says weakness in hunting and licensed apparel, among other factors, hurt its results.
Passengers shouldn't be so scared of getting bumped from their flights. It could earn them some cash.
A London Stock Exchange employee fell to his death from an upper-floor balcony, officials said Tuesday.
Alt-right apologist Steve Bannon shouldn't be working in Trump's White House, says the National Review's David French.
The companies run by CEOs who left a Trump council this week all have badly-lagging share performance this year.
Beijing’s response to the financial crisis caused asset bubbles it has yet to tackle, Financial Times reports.
"There's just a tremendous fear of Amazon everywhere," Jim Cramer says.
"I wanted to be in the entrepreneur's seat."