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Hurricane Irma's steamroll over the Lower Keys left billions of dollars in damage, Miami Herald Reports.
Many of the best schools in the country have emphasized supporting veterans.
Chances are, you won't miss them, and you'll enjoy feeling flush.
The EU commissioner said American internet companies often don't pay their "fair share" of European taxes.
Conglomerates looking for top executives are opening the door to candidates who don't work at multibillion-dollar, global companies, USA Today reports.
The top 10 cities offer job opportunity, affordability and livability.
Central banks may one day need to issue their own cryptocurrencies, the Bank for International Settlements said.
"Successful people aren't great at everything."
Wireless carriers are already getting into a promotional battle for the new iPhones — which is bad for margins, good for consumers.
Rising interest rates are supposed to lift bank stocks. Here's what's going wrong, says Dick Bove.
Ryanair's move to cancel flights for the next six weeks to cope with a backlog of staff leave will not recur next year but has caused reputational damage.
Growing up in a rough neighborhood, Pitbull used to listen to Tony Robbins tapes driving to school in his mom's car.
Watch your language — particularly during interviews.
Despite Jamie Dimon's recent comments, Bitcoin is far from being a worthless fraud. N.Y. Times reports.
And the city with the fastest wage growth, which surprisingly is not San Francisco.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch is the latest to be bullish on Nvidia's prospects in the artificial intelligence chip market.
The Muddy Waters Research founder says investors will punish the stock further if liabilities become massive.
Last week investors showed us how volatile bitcoin can be. It's entirely possible that the worst is still ahead.
The Midwest may be the best place for single and unmarried women to buy a new home, USA Today reports.
"Higher education can be affordable, and accessible and high quality."