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Amazon's partnership with Kohl's is the latest example of the e-commerce giant's move into retail.
Global asset prices are "possibly the most elevated" in history, Deutsche Bank strategists said.
Hurricane Maria has weakened to a Category 4 hurricane but remains "extremely dangerous."
Elizabeth Warren says "I really want to see the Fed step here" in response to Wells Fargo's account scandal.
Deloitte expects retailers to see holiday sales growth of as much as 4.5 percent, while e-commerce sales may jump 18 to 21 percent.
The long-term battle on trade between the U.S. and China shows no sign of ending as a war of words ensued this week between the two.
A powerful earthquake shook buildings in Mexico City on Tuesday.
Wal-Mart, Target and PepsiCo joined a group of nearly 800 companies calling for U.S. legislation to protect immigrants brought into the country illegally by their parents.
Uncertainty about how the U.S. will cope with growing tumult in the world has not dampened Warren Buffett's optimism for the country's long-term prospects.
Company’s ‘smart glasses’ would come with in-home virtual assistant embedded, the FT reports.
U.S. bank CEOs are likely "very afraid" of bitcoin although it remains a viable hedge, says a wealth advisor.
Uber has also notified the U.S. authorities about payments made by staff to police officers in Indonesia, a source told Reuters.
The ultra-wealthy are allocating more of their money to equities and less to hedge funds and real estate, a survey found.
Jim Cramer reveals why a Sprint & T-Mobile merger could be a shoo-in.
Kim Jong Un's weapon of choice may be nuclear weapons. Donald Trump's is ridicule — and it works — says Jake Novak.
China's latest crackdown on bitcoin will likely shut down the local industry around the digital currency for good, several analysts said.
When it comes to sovereign wealth funds – state-owned investment vehicles – those countries that can afford to squirrel away surplus revenues do.
Taizo Son, founder and CEO at VC firm Mistletoe, says initial coin offerings will be a major way to raise funds.