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The release of "Madden NFL 18," which hits shelves Friday, marks a shift of sorts for the game.
Seth Klarman shared his top investment tips and strategies in a rare talk just after the worst of the financial crisis.
When it comes to setting start-up valuations, "it's very hard to make that call intelligently," Reid Hoffman says.
Smartphone maker HTC is reportedly looking to sell its VR business or sell the entire company, according to Bloomberg.
North Korea has nuclear weapons — and a majority of South Koreans support getting them too, but the consequences could be far reaching.
There's value in creating your own blueprint.
A few small changes can go a long way.
Stephens says Chipotle would be "one of the largest beneficiaries" of a corporate tax rate cut.
Shares of Hormel Foods and J. M. Smucker fell sharply after weak earnings in the wake of the pending Amazon-Whole Foods takeover.
The full interview with Mark Mahaney.
Powerful tech companies are gobbling up land in California that once belonged to low-income residents, Financial Times reports.
Rep. Peter Roskam says fractures in both parties will need to be overcome to finish tax reform.
Scientists are now closer than ever to developing a safe, effective male contraceptive. But is there a market for it?
"It's not the nicotine that kills you, it's all the other carcinogens in lighting tobacco on fire," FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb says.
By the time the bullet train is completed, it will be outdated, says Y Combinator President Sam Altman. So use the money elsewhere.
Katelyn Gleason says the single best money advice she's ever heard comes from this text.
Don't leave making and saving more money up to chance.
Trump's latest string of disasters is not helping Democrats the way it should, says Commentary's Noah Rothman.
After spending years touting the Berkshire Hathaway Model, Palihapitiya has created a tech holding company in Buffett's image.
In a visit to Afghanistan, Gen. John Nicholson said Trump's new strategy is a sign of a long-term U.S. commitment, USA Today reports.