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The owner of a Powerball ticket sold in Massachusetts won more than $750 million on Wednesday, one of the largest prizes in the lottery's history.
ADP says Ackman wanted to avoid a proxy contest but said if forced into one he'd use his ability to generate media coverage to damage the company.
Sears reported a double-digit decline in comparable sales for the second quarter, citing a "retail environment [that] remained challenging."
This weekend's Jackson Hole symposium will reveal clues about the Fed's upcoming balance-sheet reduction strategy.
As central bankers gather at the annual Jackson Hole symposium on Friday, analysts think the death of a major economic concept could dominate discussions.
Companies are rushing to issue, and investors are eager to buy, the riskiest kinds of debt before the Fed begins tightening monetary policy.
After spending years touting the Berkshire Hathaway Model, Palihapitiya has created a tech holding company in Buffett's image.
Venezuela's subsidized electricity is allowing desperate users to mine bitcoin to afford basic necessities, the Atlantic reports.
As a dismal quarter for retail earnings winds down, this week's batch of quarterly reports may hold some rare positive news for the group.
China has come out strongly against new U.S. moves to pressure North Korea.
Jim Cramer goes over what you should do if you have the winning ticket to the $700 million Powerball lottery.
Uber its losses 14 percent in the second quarter from a year ago, as the ride-hailing giant grew bookings, trips and revenue.
What's driving real estate "is our sense of where we're going and the uncertainty" with the new administration, Robert Shiller said.
President Donald Trump's fellow Republicans rebuked him after his threat to shut down the U.S. government over funding for a border wall rattled markets.
Sallie Krawcheck's storied career on Wall Street gave her the perspective and the money to create an investing start-up for women.
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg tells LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman why he prefers takes to get promoted at the company.
The exuberant buying of Indian bonds led to the activation of capital controls. Instead of slowing down, investors' enthusiasm surged.
Recognize these indicators and don't be left helpless.
China has pitched its mammoth "Belt and Road" initiative comes with risks, and increasing levels of state-backed funding have raised concerns.