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The U.S. is deeply divided politically and socially because of an escalating wealth disparity, according to Ray Dalio of Bridgewater Associates.
Saudi billionaire investor Prince Alwaleed bin Talal tells CNBC that bitcoin will implode one day.
Billionaire Saudi investor Prince Alwaleed says he's bullish on Citigroup, arguing that shares are still undervalued.
John Hancock says it is the first U.S. life insurer to offer the Apple Watch as part of its policies.
Heitkamp rebuts Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin's assertion that it is "very hard" not to chop taxes for the wealthy.
The two wireless carriers have been negotiating a stock-for-stock deal that would make Deutsche Telecom controlling owner.
The Fed will continue to hike interest rates and run down its massive balance sheet no matter who comes chair, a portfolio manager says.
Citi Research reiterates its sell rating for AMD shares, predicting the chipmaker will lose sales to Intel's new "Coffee Lake" line of processors.
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Elon Musk's most important market: China. Tesla has deal to make electric cars in Shanghai, where new EV rules are the world's strictest.
Alwaleed says his stock investments have gone up "several billion dollars" since Trump was elected in November.
As tax-preparation season approaches, be wary of scammers engaging in both identity theft and fraudulent tax-payment schemes.
Former Medtronic CEO Bill George says to fix Obamacare we must address the root problem with American health care.
Amazon’s handling of sexual harassment allegations against Roy Price has set off confusion, debate and finger-pointing inside the company, the NYT reports.
Now profitable, airlines are revamping in-cabin dining, offering treats like Prosecco, ice cream and free meals.
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Developing countries are at risk of losing cheap manufacturing if leisurewear companies accelerate automation, Financial Times reports.
The financial woes of big-money football players are symptomatic of the larger retirement savings problem plaguing average Americans.
Google plans to take a finder’s fee for each new subscriber it brings to publishers, FT reports.