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Shortly after the Fed announced QE3 stimulus, the odds of President Obama's re-election on Intrade hit highest level since Osama bin Laden was killed.
Securities and Investment firms have so far spent $164 million on the 2012 election, and experts say that by election day, Wall Street will likely surpass the $170 million record it set in 2008.
Here's a look at the tiniest - and wealthiest - sliver of non-payers that the Republican presidential candidate characterized as Obama voters.
U.S. spends more on defense than any other country. And that's likely to remain the case regardless of who wins the presidential election. But the defense budget would be bigger under Romney than Obama.
So long, kale. Here's what's expected to shake up the food industry next year.
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Sure, corporate chiefs' pay often is eye-poppingly high. But at some companies, executives lower down the ladder quietly out-earned their CEO bosses.
For those who've got the cash, these holiday gifts can really make a statement.
This year has been very solid for stocks, but these 6 were the best of the S&P 500.
2014 was chock-full of big failures in technology, from security snafus to executive gaffes. Here are the top ... er ... bottom 14.
The stock market smashed record after record in 2014. Apparently these stocks didn't get the memo.
When your travel entourage includes grandparents, parents and kids, here are the best getaway destinations.