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The steady, reliable income from electricity transmission businesses is attractive to investors like Warren Buffett and Paul Singer.
The S&P 500 utilities sector just hit all-time highs.
Seattle start-up Iunu is using computer vision to help greenhouses meet record levels of demand for food and flowers.
President Trump's speech on Afghanistan articulates a coherent and consistent Trump Doctrine on foreign policy, says Jake Novak.
The strong dollar has been giving the market cover, for now, says Jack Bouroudjian.
Amazon is looking to go from operating a handful of Amazon-branded book stores to more than 400 of Whole Foods' premium supermarkets.
A Tesla Model X and Model S, both P100D models with Ludicrous, edged out the Lamborghini in a quarter-mile drag race held by Drag Times.
Some students pay over $40,000 a year to attend public universities.
Focusing on this key area helps drive your business forward.
You know Los Angeles real estate is getting expensive when Jay Z and Beyonce are getting outbid.
JPMorgan recommends Broadcom shares due to its big chip design wins in the next iPhone.
Berkshire Hathaway's failure to clinch a $9 billion takeover of the Texas utility Oncor prompted the decision.
It will take more than just military action to end the war in Afghanistan, former Ambassador Nancy Soderberg said.
Chevron appears poised to name Vice Chairman and refining specialist Michael Wirth as the oil major's next CEO.
Wells Fargo raised its year-end S&P 500 price target, citing strong overseas growth and strong second-quarter earnings.
Wall Street may finally be warming a bit to Snap.
The Korean automaker's executives in the U.S. have received the OK to develop a pickup truck.
Deutsche Bank says the restaurant chain doesn't deserve a premium valuation due to its lack of progress.
"Being fired is never a comfortable thing."