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Alibaba appears to have a long upward trajectory, several pros say.
The company that made the Master Chief a household name in the videogame world is introducing players to a new universe.
London-based firm CuteCircuit uses LED technology on its accessories and apparel designs.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, stymied in expanding Medicaid in the state, said he would extend health coverage to 25,000 people.
Joan Rivers was inarguably unique in life—with her lacerating, celebrity-seeking missile of a wit. But here's what makes her unique in court.
Scottish independence: The new worry for stocks. It has driven the pound down against the dollar.
Europe's largest low-cost airline agrees to buy 100 Boeing Co 737 MAX 8 jetliners with an option for 100 more.
Some of Apple's biggest rivals may pick the company's Tuesday product unveiling to promote their own products via social media.
Menswear is definitely having a moment—and the excitement was palpable during New York Fashion Week.
U.S. Crop and livestock producers are feeling down about their situations, according to a survey released Monday.
Hertz Global Holdings on Monday announced Chairman and CEO Mark Frissora is stepping down, citing personal reasons.
Cheryl Shuman hopes to change public perception about marijuana use and is asking high-net worth circles to fund her efforts.
Weakness will be met with a flurry of central bank activity, the likes of which has helped prop up the S&P 500 to a 200% gain.
As ice retreats in the Northwest Passage, bigger and more luxurious cruise ships are booking voyages on the storied route.
Ahead of Apple's press announcement, images have surfaced online of alleged component drawings and specs for the company's new wearable tech.
The tax package for Tesla's gigafactory will be worth about $1.25 billion over 20 years, according to the Reno Gazette-Journal.
Scotland's nationalists may have to create a central bank and a currency if they win an independence referendum next week.
Analysts expect 32 companies in the S&P 500 to trade at least 20 percent above their current levels.
Amazon cutting the price of its Fire smartphone to 99 cents as the it looks to gain market share in the high-end mobile market.
It is natural to feel angry at Vladimir Putin’s aggression and deceptions in Ukraine, but anger is not a strategy, says Harvard Professor Joseph Nye.