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Savings bonds offer less interest than they used to, but they still can be a valuable tool for those looking to save money.
Plug Power shares are way down from their high earlier this year. Is that a signal to get in on this fuel cell system manufacturer?
Marijuana's market potential is enormous, but studies like this one could set marijuana's recent progress back a notch or two.
The arrangement could turn the social media site into more of a video force.
Achillion Pharmaceuticals ACH-3102 helps cure hepatitis C patients more quickly than Gilead Sciences and AbbVie.
Honda’s U.S. sales have fallen in the first half of 2014, but the new CR-V might help reverse the trend.
2014 was an awful year for oil stocks as the price of oil collapsed. If oil prices rebound in 2015 here are the best oil stocks to play that rebound.
Rite Aid's CEO John Standley discussed margin risk and growth opportunity during the company's fiscal third quarter earnings conference call.
Could it accidentally push some NATO countries to sign contracts with Lockheed Martin?
M&T Bank's Robert Wilmers isn't afraid to call out his own industry on its misdeeds.
Comparing the taxes you pay to the benefits you get leads to some interesting conclusions.
These companies have an awful lot in common.
With 2014 almost over, here's what 3D printing watchers should look forward to in 2015.
Let's look at this new research note from Cowen's Timothy Arcuri regarding a new, smaller iPhone.
What happens if you used your credit card to buy something from a retailer that later announces a data breach?
Hollywood insiders are getting excited about the global reach their productions will get from Netflix. Should investors be thrilled, too?
Whiting Petroleum Corp is looking to improve its liquidity after swallowing Kodiak Oil and Gas.
Dogged by negative publicity so far, here's why McDonald's new gourmet burger initiative might be a brilliant idea.
With Wall Street growing increasingly excited about the upcoming Apple Watch, here are three reasons investors might want to temper their expectations.
Teens will account for $155 billion in spending in 2014 and more than two in five currently have a credit card. Unfortunately, far too few really understand how credit cards work or the responsibility that comes along with opening a credit account. Here are five lessons that need to be etched in the minds of today's youth when it comes to credit responsibility.