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Google has purchased artificial intelligence company DeepMind for between $400 and $500 million, according to a report from Re/code.
Toyota is teaming up with the Muppets to show that its Highlander can take on any challenge that's thrown at it.
The small business health insurance program implemented by Obamacare has not proven to be a popular option.
"So Congressman, people demand to know, why do you support this law?" Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie asked in an anti-Obamacare ad.
Some economists suggest that extended unemployment benefits actually harm the labor market.
Social Security is broken, but many Americans rely on the system for much of their income in retirement.
Over the decades, Buffett has passed on a vast amount of wisdom to investors. One lesson investors should heed from the Oracle of Omaha involves leveraged ETFs.
The end of the Great Moderation reinvigorated the eternal debate between monetary hawks and doves.
It isn't only politicians and pundits who are making their opinions known about Obamacare -- health industry experts are sharing their views, as well.
If you're one of the 40 percent of Americans who don't get professional help with your taxes, here are some changes to keep in mind.
Despite what its name may imply, the Affordable Care Act is not leading to lower costs for many Americans.
With inflation running low in the face of ongoing quantitative easing and with unemployment stubbornly high, doves are prevailing at the Federal Reserve.
U.S. central bank officials are still trying to figure out exactly how their own bond-purchasing programs function.
Judge Rakoff addresses the question: Why have no high-level executives been prosecuted in relation to the financial crisis?
Just 36 percent of Americans considered a college education very important when Gallup first asked the question in 1978.
It wouldn't have been a proper New Year's Eve in the United States without Congress doing something ridiculous.
First, do you really need those extra cable channels showing reruns of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians"?
The recent outlook from companies may give some investors reason for concern.
Part of what has made Warren Buffett, chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, such a successful investor is his capacity to recognize and admit to mistakes.
With the help of the fiscal cliff debacle, current Congress members will enter the record books as the least productive group of lawmakers in decades.