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U.S. Treasury will employ the first of several "extraordinary measures" to keep country's borrowing from breaching the debt ceiling.
At an early meeting, the founder confessed she kept a stash of Mallomars in her hamper.
Glass employees speak openly on public concerns about the new technology.
The Ram 1500 combines great looks with fuel efficiency, air suspension and real truck performance.
Forget those Galaxy S4 ads, says Credit Suisse, wearables are "the next big thing."
A new Forrester survey compares it to Google and Microsoft.
Barry Graubart wanted to buy $10,000 worth of shares, but his buy order didn't go through.
Regulators warn that oil prices could be manipulated just as interbank rates were.
Garment factory owners struggle to shake off the stigma of poor working conditions after the tragic collapse of rented facility that was not equipped for factory use.
The high-end retailer's results missed forecasts. With Wal-Mart and J.C. Penney also disappointing, are the wealthy cutting back on spending just like the middle class?
Shares of Tesla have been red hot this year. Although some worry about the valuation and earnings quality, they are in the minority.
Myriad Genetics has patents on the two mutated genes that prompted Angelina Jolie to undergo a mastectomy, which critics say obstructs the research needed to find a cure for breast cancer.
About.me founder Tony Conrad says his social media company is for those who don't fit into the LinkedIn 'rubric,' and that buying back his company from AOL was 'amicable.'
Apple is out and Boeing and Google are the new "it" stocks among the top hedge fund managers.
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