Stocks: 5 things to know before the open

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Investors will feel hangover once Silicon Valley sobers up

If startups begin imploding, it could infect Wall Street, especially young tech stocks that haven't been profitable for long.  More

Olive Garden food flunks CNNMoney taste test

CNNMoney's Italian-American investing correspondents did a taste test of Olive Garden's food. They agree with hedge fund Starboard: It's not very appetizing.  More

5 investing secrets of the wealthy

Even if your bank account doesn't have millions, you can still employ the investment strategies of the wealthy.  More

EBay breaks up with PayPal

Ebay is finally following the advice off Carl Icahn and spinning of PayPal in 2015. Will the companies benefit from the breakup?  Play

Risk of third German recession pressures Europe

Germany risks slipping into its third recession since the global financial crisis, piling pressure on Europe to do more to stimulate its stagnant economy.  More

EBay spinning off PayPal as separate company

Online auction site eBay to spins off online payment service PayPal.  More

EU says Apple benefits from Irish state aid

Europe's top regulator is accusing Ireland of striking a deal with Apple back in 1991 that helped the tech giant artificially lower its tax bill for over two decades.  More

Ford says C-Max recall will cost $500 million

The company also said the sum will dent this quarter's profits.  More

The U.S. dollar is on top of the world

The dollar has soared to levels not seen in four years. Here's why it matters.  More

Stocks: 4 things to know before the open

Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.  More

Bill Gross exit could cost Pimco $400 billion

Investors could yank a whopping $400 billion of assets from Pimco following last week's surprise exit of legendary founder Bill Gross.  More

New owner for Shrek and DreamWorks Animation?

DreamWorks Animation has an inconsistent track record in Hollywood and on Wall Street. Could Japan's SoftBank change things by buying the studio?  More

Hong Kong protests hurt U.S. stocks

The Dow drops 160 points as investors fret about pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong and the overall global economy  More

India's new prime minister to corporate America: Come to India

After sellout New York function, Modi sets to do business and meet with top CEOs, including Google's Eric Schmidt, Citigroup's Michael Corbat and Pepsico's Indra Nooyi.  More

3 lessons investors can learn from Derek Jeter

It's not just little leaguers who can learn a thing or two from Derek Jeter.  More

Don't panic after Bill Gross exit

The bond king has left the building. Should investors hit the exits too?  More

Stocks: 5 things to know before the open

Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.  More

She says she has the tapes to prove that regulators were cozy with Goldman

A report by This American Life reveals audio that alleges regulators at the Federal Reserve were cozy with Goldman Sachs  More

Bill Gross has a new job

Bond King Bill Gross is headed to Janus Capital Group to run a bond fund. Janus shares skyrocket.  More

Investor wants Marissa Mayer's Yahoo to buy AOL

Activist fund Starboard Value released a letter to Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer Friday urging her to consider a strategic deal with AOL. Both stocks rose on the news.  More

Ruble's plunge shows Russia hurting

If you want to see the impact of the Ukraine crisis, look at the free-falling currency.  More

Return of CrackBerry? Not so fast

BlackBerry lost money again and sales plummeted from the same period last year. But smartphone shipments topped forecasts and the company is no longer burning through cash.  More

Marc Andreessen: Spendthrift startups will "vaporize"

Prominent venture capitalist Marc Andreessen has a message for Silicon Valley startups: Get your spending under control now.  More

Nike is killing it. Online sales jump 70%

Nike definitely brought its A game to the the online playing field where its sales are up 70%.  More

Tech trouble sparks wave of stock selling

Stock market experiences a sell-off as Apple and other tech stocks take a tumble.  More

Hack attacks = big $ for cybersecurity IPO

The big drop in tech stocks didn't hurt the performance of a red hot IPO.  More

Here's why there's no ISIS oil shock

Tension in the Middle East often lead to oil price spikes. But a stronger dollar, concerns about weak demand from Europe and China and the U.S. shale gas boom are outweighing ISIS-related supply issues.  Play

Zero Hedge: Wall Street's daily dose of doom

The skeptical finance blog holds serious sway on Wall Street and in Washington even though stocks have soared since it was founded.  More

Oil prices plunging despite ISIS

Unless there is a real oil supply shock in Iraq and Syria, oil prices may continue to fall due to a stronger dollar, fears of weaker demand from Europe and the U.S. shale gas boom.  More

There's a 'death cross' in the stock market. Should you worry?

Fear is back on Wall Street. But is the poor performance of smaller stocks the worst thing in the world? It may be an indication that investors want safer, large blue chips like Apple, J&J and Disney.  More

Oracle co-CEOs get paid a ton

Oracle CEOs get paid a ton even though shareholders have voiced concerns over the high compensation  More

Citizens Bank: From baseball stadium to IPO

Citizens Financial is the biggest U.S. bank IPO since Goldman Sachs way back in 1999. The stock did pretty well. But not Alibaba well.  More

Pimco under investigation by SEC

The SEC is investigating mega bond investor Pimco over how it prices its investments  More

Billionaires are hoarding more cash

Despite record stock prices, billionaires boosted their cash holdings by an average of $60 million over the past year.  More

Jared Leto, Snoop Dogg invest in Robinhood

Over half a million people are on the wait list to access the stock trading app with $0 commission fees.  More

Are tax inversions 'unpatriotic?'

The Obama Administration sees 'tax inversion' - the practice of moving a company's headquarters overseas to avoid U.S. taxes -- as 'unpatriotic' and is making moves to combat it.  Play

Ebola drug maker's stock soars

Wall Street has taken notice of Tekmira's effort to treat the disease.  More

Warren Buffett's $750 million grocery bill

Warren Buffett may be feeling rotten after investing in a British grocery chain that's gone bad.  More

Mohamed El-Erian says take some money out of stocks

Prominent economist Mohamad El-Erian says central banks have made the markets exuberant  More

Baby GEs? General Electric may need a breakup

General Electric is the worst performer in the Dow this year. An analyst thinks the company needs to take a page from the AT&T playbook and split into several smaller companies.  More

Alibaba founder Jack Ma now China's richest man

Chinese entrepreneur Jack Ma is now China's richest man, just days after his company posted the world's biggest IPO ever.  More

U.S. move on tax-dodging mergers hits drugs stocks

Shares in drugs companies take a beating after the U.S. made it harder for American firms to slash their tax bills by buying foreign rivals.  More

Is the economic recovery real? 3 stats to watch

There's plenty of data out there, but keep an eye on housing, manufacturing and people's spending.  More

Jimmy Choo plans London listing

Jimmy Choo, the luxury retailer known for its pricey shoes, has announced plans for an initial public offering in London.  More
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