Yahoo is formally buying Tumblr, but it's really buying Tumblr's leader.
The hottest trend in enterprise technology is fueling the market.
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Eight months of what CNBC calls the Great Rotation has led to some odd imbalances.
In a sluggish economy, companies that can demand more for their products have the best chance to grow earnings.
It turns out that Americans in their sixties today have it better than any generation before them, but generations ahead have a less certain future.
A Chinese energy company builds a new kind of truck stop in America.
CEO of wine retailer and auctioneer Acker Merrall & Condit, John Kapon, hydrates, arrives late, and gets up early.
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A message to this year's college graduates.
Buoyed by record profits, the company that invented the VCR -- then lost out to rivals -- shows it can still crank out high-tech magic. But Sony has yet to solve basic problems that hammered earnings before and could again.
These cars and trucks double as cabs, cargo vans, and everything in between.
A new Forrester survey compares it to Google and Microsoft.
Cities in California and Texas are already seeing the early signs of a housing bubble.
Jamie Dimon's supporters are hoping shareholders will miss some accounting moves that have significantly boosted profits.
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