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Buffett lost $2 billion, but there's good news

Buffett's investment firm lost big on Coca-Cola and IBM this week, but that's about the extent of his losses this year.  More

Investors go to their happy place

Corporate America gave investors the gift of strong earnings Thursday.  More

Dunkin' gets dunked: Weak doughnut sales hurt stock

Dunkin' Brands reported sluggish sales and warned that growth is going to remain slow. The coffee and breakfast wars are clearly having an impact on Dunkin' and other restaurants.  More

What keeps bond investors up at night?

Concerns about liquidity in the fixed-income market have some top investors wondering about safe alternatives.  More

U.S. vs. Europe: There's a clear economic winner

America is growing faster and providing more jobs than the Eurozone. Can it last?  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

Just how sick are Europe's top banks?

Regulators are about to reveal the results of an extensive health check of Europe's top 130 banks, indicating which may need a cash infusion.  More

Oil will tumble to $70 says new 'bond king'

Star bond investor Jeffrey Gundlach believes oil will plunge to $70 because Saudi Arabia loves 'turning the screws' on rival Iran.  More

Domino's Pizza is hot again. The stock is at an all-time high

Domino's pizza used to suck. Now people like it and the stock is at a record high  More

Is Apple the perfect stock?

It's hard to find a glaring weakness with Apple's stock. The innovative spirit is back too. So why is Apple still not in the Dow?  More

What next for Turkey's roller-coaster economy?

Turkey's finance minister is cautiously optimistic about the future despite slowing growth and regional unrest.  More

Warren Buffett loses $2 billion in two days

His Berkshire Hathaway investment house holds big chunks of Coke and IBM, both of which have taken a drubbing this week.  More

Yahoo profit soars following the Alibaba IPO

Yahoo was in the spotlight Tuesday as it released its third-quarter results, its first earnings release since the Alibaba IPO.  More

Rebound! Stocks erase most of October losses

The Dow rises nearly 200 points and the Nasdaq has best day of year as stocks roar back Tuesday.  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

McDonald's gets burned in Asia

McDonald's is struggling in markets around the world, especially in light of a food scandal in Asia that caused sales to tumble.  More

Investors pour out of Coke

Coke just can't get its turnaround story right. Investors are tired of the fizzle.  More

Chipotle vs. Qdoba: Investors like the Q

Shares of Chipotle tumbled due to concerns about slowing sales growth in 2015. But investors love Qdoba and its burger chain parent Jack in the Box.  More

Apple profit soars on huge iPhone and Mac sales

Better-than-expected iPhone sales and record Mac sales lifted Apple in its fiscal fourth quarter.  More

Total CEO dies in plane crash

French oil company Total has confirmed the death of its Chairman and CEO Christophe de Margerie, who passed away in a private plane crash in Moscow.  More

Stocks: 6 things to know before the open

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

Panic over? Calm returns to stocks

After a wild and brutal week, investors are taking a breather and looking forward to Apple earnings.  More

Ebola is a fear factor for stock market

Volatility has returned to Wall Street this fall. Ebola is one of the fear factors for investors.  More

IBM drags market down

IBM shares down sharply in after it announces a $4.7 billion charge to dump its chip unit and says it is disappointed with results.  More

Citi exec: Smartphones will transform banking

If you haven't been using your smartphone to bank already, Citi's Jane Fraser points out how the new technology will change consumer banking: by making it 'less boring.'  Play

Russia's crusade to banish McDonald's

Russian authorities are continuing their crackdown on McDonald's, forcing the closure of a handful of restaurants and investigating roughly half of the country's 400 locations.  More

Nightmare on Wall Street: Is it over?

After last week's market scare, investors are hoping upcoming corporate report cards offer more treats than tricks.  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

Finally! Stocks rally. But can it last?

Don't expect the Federal Reserve to save the day this time, but strong corporate earnings could.  More

Moody's downgrades Russia's debt

Oil, war and sanctions spurred the credit rating agency to downgrade the country's debt to two notches above "junk" status.  More

Can you protect yourself from a market crash?

It's a scary market out there, but investments designed to provide security may turn out being even more risky.  More

Baby Boomers are overexposed to stocks in this rocky market

Many Baby Boomers are betting a big chunk of their retirement savings on stocks -- leaving them exposed to major losses as the market begins to tumble.  More

Stock market panic takes a timeout

Talk of more help from the Federal Reserve sparked another dramatic comeback on Wall Street.  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

Time to shop 'til you drop for cheap stocks

Do you think Warren Buffett is hiding under his desk in Omaha? Take advantage of the fact that good stocks are on sale.  More

What the heck should the Fed do now?

The market is in free fall just as the Federal Reserve plans to take its foot off the gas.  More

When will companies stop hoarding cash?

The U.S. could get a big economic and jobs boost if businesses would spend some of their cash reserves.  More

Goldman Sachs is hiring as profit soars

The big paychecks are back for bankers as Goldman Sachs profits jumps 25%  More

European markets take a beating

Every major market in Europe has now entered correction territory, which occurs when an index drops by at least 10% from a recent peak.  More

Tesla shares take a couple of hits

Law to block electric carmaker's Michigan sales advances, and analyst suggests Model X will be delayed.  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

These stocks actually went up today

These stocks were winners Wednesday as the market plunged.  More

AbbVie board abandons $55 billion Shire merger

The board of American drug company AbbVie is walking away from its merger with U.K. rival Shire, making the $55 billion deal the first casualty of the Obama Administration's crackdown on companies seeking to lower their tax bills.  More

This is not another financial crisis

This is not another financial crisis like 2008. It's merely another healthy market pullback like we had in 2011. It's not a reason to fear the end is nigh.  More

Market 'freak out': Stocks rebound from scary plunge

The Dow plummeted 460 points before storming back to end down 'only' 173 points.  More

Bond limbo: How low can rates go?

Investors continue to plow into bonds. It's a sign that the rest of the world thinks America is a safe market to invest in. This may be good news for consumers. But how much longer can that last?  More

Greek stocks in tailspin

Greek stocks plunge after Fitch warns that the nation's banks remain fragile. Concerns about political instability in Greece also weigh on the market.  More

Ebola is spooking Wall Street

Ebola is clearly hurting market psychology, which is very fragile at the moment.  More

Stock market scare: Dow drops 460 points

The stock market took another nosedive, but it isn't in correction mode yet.  More

Crashing oil prices could crush Vladimir Putin

Russia's economy now has to deal with tumbling oil prices on top of sanctions.  More

$55 billion pharma merger could fall victim to new Obama tax rules

American drug company AbbVie's $55 billion merger with U.K. rival Shire may be the first casualty of the Obama Administration's crackdown on inversions used to reduce the tax bills of U.S. firms.  More

The GoPro bubble has burst

GoPro makes an awesome camera. But Wall Street got way too excited about the stock. Shares have plunged lately ... and with good reason.  More

Citigroup says goodbye to 11 countries

So much for a global footprint. Citi is leaving the consumer banking markets of Egypt, Japan and other countries.  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

Ireland closes tax loophole for tech giants

For years, some of the world's biggest companies have set up shop in Ireland to dodge taxes. Now, Ireland is taking a key tax break away.  More

Putin puts a chill on German economy

It's official: Germany is hurting from the Ukraine crisis and mediocre global growth.  More

JPMorgan: good, but not great earnings

JPMorgan Chase sheds most of legal costs that caused rare loss a year ago, but it still had to pay $1.1. billion in legal expenses in third quarter.  More

Investing smart in a rocky market

Don't know whether to buy, sell or hold in this panicky market? Our retirement expert offers three rules for developing a sensible strategy to help you through confusing times.  More

Extreme Fear in stock market

CNNMoney's Fear & Greed Index now reads 0, an indicator of total fear.  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

Abigail Johnson becomes Fidelity CEO

Abigail Johnson has taken over the family business at mutual fund giant Fidelity, making her arguably one of the most prominent women in finance.  More

All aboard! Railroad stocks soar on takeover talk

CSX shares surged Monday on a report that Canadian Pacific made an offer to buy it.  More

Chrysler finally returns to U.S. stock market

Fiat Chrysler started trading on the New York Stock Exchange Monday. The company's sales are surging. Is it a better investment than Big 3 rivals Ford and GM?  More

J.C. Penney names new CEO

Home Depot executive Marvin Ellison will replace Mike Ullman as chief executive next year.  More

It's reality check time for stocks

Tech companies like eBay and Netflix and big banks report earnings this week.  More

Is it time to exit stocks?

We all know to buy low and sell high. Figuring out those points is ridiculously hard, especially knowing when to get back in.  More

Oil prices are plunging. Don't cheer yet

Ferocious selling in the energy sector is spilling over into the broader stock market and tripping up the bull run.  More

Stocks should fall more. You shouldn't worry

The stock market is way overdue for a correction. But that doesn't have to mean that the bull market is about to end in a cataclysmic crash.  More

Wall Street predicts GOP mid-term victory

Wall Street is betting that the Republicans will be victorious in midterm elections this November  More

Darden's board gets dumped

Shareholders replace all board members at Olive Garden parent Darden.  More

German stocks hit 1-year low on recession fears

Shares in top German companies plunge to their lowest levels in a year as Europe's biggest economy teeters on the brink of another recession.  More

Wells Fargo worker's mass email goes viral

Wells Fargo employee sends an email to CEO John Stumpf and thousands of others at the bank calling for an across-the-board pay raise.  More

Business schools are on a hiring spree

Over 15,000 business professors have joined the ranks since 2008.  More

Hazmat suit maker's stock up 50% on Ebola fears

Shares of Lakeland, a tiny company that makes hazmat suits, is soaring due to Ebola worries. But Lakeland has tough competition and looks like a very risky bet.  More

Soda wars! Pepsi beats Coke on Wall Street

Investors prefer Pepsi over Coke. And with good reason. Pepsi's profits are growing more rapidly thanks to its Frito-Lay snack business.  More

Carl Icahn thinks Apple is worth double where it is now

Carl Icahn thinks Apple is worth twice its current price, and that means the company should buy back more shares.  More

Madoff emails from prison to defend 2 former employees

Ponzi king speaks on behalf of former employees who face sentencing  More

Gap shares plunge after CEO's exit announcement

The apparel store chain also warned that profits for the quarter would be lower due to sluggish sales at Gap.  More

America more pessimistic than poor nations

People in developing economies like China and Vietnam are more positive on the future than ones in richer countries like the U.S.  More

Experts say stocks will rise more in 2014

CNNMoney's survey of investment strategists predicts stocks will continue to rise this year. Geopolitics is the biggest risk.  More

China's currency dream gets U.K. lift

China's bid to turn its currency into a global heavyweight got a boost with news that Britain will become the first Western nation to borrow money in yuan.  More

Enough with the bleeping pumpkins!

What's with all the nutmeg? CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci and Paul R. La Monica sampled several pumpkin-spiced beverages and snacks. They do not approve.  More

Elon Musk's $2 billion Tesla tweet

Tesla CEO Elon Musk teased on Twitter that it will unveil 'the D and something else' at an event Thursday. Investors are intrigued and excited.  More

Zombie retailers: Sears, J.C. Penney plunge

They were iconic retailers. Their best days are now behind them.  More

Ebola fears slam European travel stocks

European travel stocks have taken a deep plunge since it emerged on Monday that a medical worker contracted Ebola in Spain.  More

World's richest man bought first bond at age 12

Carlos Slim, the Mexican telecom tycoon worth over $80 billion, thinks life would be better with a three-day work week.  More
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