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Keep office gifting appropriate for the work culture and a little less on the bizarre side, reports the Today Show.
Jim Cramer spoke with the CEO of Arista Networks, Jayshree Ullal, as she comments on the recently launched lawsuit from Cisco.
The confluence of many bad events will cause an avocado price spike and supply shortage in the coming months.
The global economy muddled along this year, with the resurgence in the U.S. offsetting slowing growth elsewhere. So, where does this leave us in 2015?
Bank of America will need to pay more than $1 million to a Florida couple for constant robocalls, Consumerist said.
Adobe Systems announced a $800 million deal to buy stock photography company Fotolia.
Sony's hacking scandal has Hollywood scared and taking a pause before sending emails that contain confidential info.
US crude settled down 99 cents, or 1.6 percent lower, at $59.95 per barrel, its lowest close since July 14, 2009.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday: Adobe, Frontier, SeaWorld & more.
The Fast Money traders discuss their GoPro strategies, and whether it's time to stay or go.
The head of private equity giant Blackstone spoke at the DealBook Conference in New York Thursday.
Congress is apparently in no mood to bail out retirees at risk of losing their pensions.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi mounted a last-ditch effort to block a spending bill, sparking fresh fears of a looming government shutdown.
Health insurer Aetna said demand for individual Obamacare plans are surging.
Energy prices are unlikely to rise, with the drop providing a "massive tax cut" for a growing economy, Fink said.
Google-owned GPS app Waze has ticked off residents in neighborhoods that suddenly find themselves popular thoroughfares.
New York City's largest borough by area won the top spot in Lonely Planet's annual ranking of best places in the U.S. to visit.
The Denver Broncos, despite their great record, may actually be more underrated than we even realize.
Plummeting oil prices could have big impacts beyond energy-producing regions, Mayflower Advisors managing partner Larry Glazer said.
There have been many reasons tossed around for falling oil prices but here's an important one that isn't being talked about much, says Jack Ablin.