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Russia's most powerful oil official sees oil prices possibly falling below $60 by mid-way through next year.
Uber heavily criticized a court decision that stopped its operations in the state of Nevada.
The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) decided on Thursday not to cut oil production, despite sliding oil prices.
Welcome to Black Friday, the fastest growing day for auto sales.
As technology makes it easier for people to produce and store energy on-site, more people may say goodbye to their utility companies.
European lawmakers approved separating Google's search engine from its other commercial activities on Thursday.
Traffic can be twice as bad on Black Friday, but one mathematician says you can snag a prime spot in under 4 minutes.
Investors buying a mutual fund in a taxable account by year-end can get stuck paying taxes on gains they didn't earn.
Europe's recovery faces three risks – unemployment and a lack of productivity and structural reforms, according to the ECB president.
Oil futures sinks to a fresh four-year low as OPEC ministers meet.
An experimental Ebola vaccine made by GlaxoSmithKline caused no serious side effects, scientists reported on Wednesday.
Banks are facing potentially heavy losses on an $850m loan made to two oil and gas companies, the FT reports.
Christmas decorations aren't the only thing going up earlier. Analysts are moving up their market outlooks for the new year.
Samsung's $2 billion share buyback plan will buy the company time with investors as it searches for new growth drivers, say analysts.
Despite declining selling prices and signs of saturation in developed markets, smartphone shipments are set to hit a record high in 2014.
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Honda Motor recalled a small number of cars equipped with Takata Corp air bags in March 2002, two years before the first known injury.
A few simple steps could put a lot more money in your retirement plan. Cramer's here to help you maximize your nest egg.
As oil prices continue to fall, Wall Street is waiting to see if OPEC cuts oil production
Stocks are flying high but investors could soon decide the signal from the bond market may not be positive, especially for equities.