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A term used to explain a small, brief recovery in the price of a declining stock or the broader market.
Carfax estimates hundreds of thousands of GM cars recalled for faulty ignition switches will likely never be repaired.
The U.S. Navy may someday be able to turn its back on fossil fuels thanks to an effort to turn seawater into fuel.
In February, U.S. employers advertised more job openings. It might be a good sign as more hiring are expected in the future.
"Upgrading is going to be your only option at some point," one cybersecurity expert advises users of Maicrosoft's XP.
Despite Obama's equal-pay push, women make 77 cents for every dollar men make at the White House. Jake Novak explains.
A rare Ming Dynasty cup dubbed the "Chicken cup" was sold to a collector for $36 million in Hong Kong.
"We can be encouraged that the economy is at least crawling forward and not heading in reverse," NFIB says.
Billionaire Sam Zell says "carried interest" tax rates stimulate long-term investments and changing them hurts profits.
Citigroup is warning its investors it could miss its profit target.
Tesla rolls out a leasing program that allows small and medium-sized businesses to deduct payments from business taxes.
The IMF predicted the global recovery would strengthen this year as output in richer nations picked up, but it warned of risks in emerging economies.
A change in New York's estate tax could leave some multimillionaires with a much bigger surprise tax upon their death.
Can you trust Wall Street and the banks with your money? Former FDIC chief Sheila Bair has some advice.
"PTSD is the big giant elephant in the boardroom that a lot of people worry about but nobody talks about," an expert says.
Since the disappearance of jet MH370 on March 8, the cost of the hunt for Malaysia Airlines airplanes has reached $44 million.
Dick Bove says there are a few issues that should be addressed before we jump on Michael Lewis’s bandwagon and call the market “rigged.”
More Americans over age 65 are keeping one foot in the workforce long after they leave their full-time careers.
Smart beta ETFs pulled in $43 billion last year, and fund flows keep growing. Are their higher fees really worth it?
Eli Lilly and Takeda Pharmaceutical were ordered to pay billions in damages over claims that they concealed cancer risks of its Actos diabetes drug.