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Girl Scouts CEO Sylvia Acevedo studied industrial engineering at a time when few female classmates went on to college.
When Warren Buffett was asked why he's not buying Amazon shares, the billionaire investor had a simple answer.
Attendees of investment events for Kushner Companies in Asia have said Trump’s political power is palpable, N.Y. Times reports.
It's on Emmanuel Macron to negotiate Britain's exit from the EU but he can't worry about punishing or pleasing the UK, writes Breakingviews' Swaha Pattanaik.
Confidence comes before success.
Gigamon, which makes software to manage traffic online, surged Monday morning following a filing by Paul Singer's fund Elliott.
The key to becoming a good investor is to struggle with a terrible business, Warren Buffett tells shareholders.
Europe legislators are considering ways of forcing Facebook, Google, Twitter and others to rapidly remove hate speech or incitement to violence.
South Park's creators hated liberals. Did the show's satire give rise to the populist right? Financial Times reports.
The euro's French election-fueled run is pretty much over. But here's what could give it a boost, says trader Naeem Aslam.
It would mark the latest step from EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt and the Trump administration to reshape the agency.
The Berkshire Hathaway CEO tells CNBC it's "amazing" how Apple has resonated with consumers.
Tech stocks have been on a tear lately and will continue to outperform the broader market for two key reasons, according to Goldman Sachs.
Machines may take your job, but you can educate yourself to work with them.
The richest man in the world says he felt the pressure during a doubles match with tennis legend Roger Federer.
Handbag maker Coach said it would buy smaller rival Kate Spade & Co. for $2.4 billion.
Warren Buffett says President Donald Trump has not contributed much to U.S. economic growth so far.
European technology CEOs accused some online platforms of biased search rankings and restricting access to data.
His definition of success is "getting to the point where you're truly okay with losing everything."
Here's what happened when Chris Sacca shot his "Shark reel."