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Samsung Could Be About to Make a Huge Mistake with the Galaxy S6

If Samsung splits the Galaxy S6 line in two, it could limit the appeal of its most revolutionary feature.

Rand Paul Has a Remarkably Silly Idea for a New Currency

Rand Paul's nutty animosity toward the Federal Reserve and modern monetary policy in general are old news by now, so it's not surprising that he'd be intrigued by the idea of cryptocurrencies, given that they aren't controlled by a central bank. Show More Summary

Warren Buffett Says Berkshire Has 'Right Person' as Heir

Bill Pugliano/Getty Images By Luciana Lopez and Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK -- Warren Buffett told investors Saturday that Berkshire Hathaway had found his successor, giving more details than ever about the heir to the company he has run...Show More Summary

Eric Holder Defends Al Sharpton’s Ties To White House, Despite Tax Debts

Al Sharpton still owes millions in taxes but seems to live a charmed life, in and out of the White House. Even Politico asked outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder if Sharpton wasn't too close. Heck no.

Net Neutrality Is Here, and 75% of Americans Don't Know What It Is

The FCC has approved a controversial proposal to regulate ISPs as utilities, but the battle is just beginning.

Are investment pros required to act in your best interest?

The fiduciary standard has received a lot of attention recently. The Supreme Court, President Obama and the Department of Labor have all recently discussed it and how it impacts ordinary investors. Jill Schlesinger reports.

Warren Buffett: In 1964, I made 'a monumentally stupid decision' over $0.125

In Warren Buffett's 2014 letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, the Oracle of Omaha looks back at his 50 years at company. He recalls an event that he characterized as "a monumentally stupid decision." Believe it or not, it was the aggressive takeover of Berkshire Hathaway, a textile factory that was basically doomed to fail. Show More Summary

Greek Bailout Talks Just Broke Down Again

It looks like Greece's game of chicken with the European Union will continue for at least the rest of this week, as bailout negotiations between the two sides collapsed yet again Monday. The parties walked out of discussions after Greek...Show More Summary

Barbara Corcoran on fire: Watch the video

Real estate icon and media star Barbara Corcoran delivered a brash, direct and hilarious keynote address at Real Estate Connect New York City. Get ready for keen insight, practical lessons and many belly laughs...

AALS President & GW Dean Blake Morant: 'There's never Been a Better Time to Consider Getting a Legal Education'

Chronicle of Education Video, On Leadership: What the State of Law Schools Can Teach the Rest of Higher Ed: Declining student demand and a weak job market have turned up the pressure on law schools. Blake D. Morant, dean of the George Washington University Law School and president of the...

Fed's Dudley: Risk of raising rates too soon higher than waiting longer

(Reuters) - The Federal Reserve faces a greater risk of raising interest rates too soon than it does in waiting, a top Fed official said on Friday, citing a depressed level of current inflation. New York Federal Reserve Bank President...Show More Summary

Sprint teases Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge with new photos

We’re two days away from Samsung taking the wraps off the new Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge at the Barcelona Mobile World Congress. But in the meantime, partner Sprint has posted a landing site that teases the new gadgets. There had been some previous leaks of photos of the S6 a few weeks ago, which […]

Week's Winners and Losers: Apple Delights, Penney Disappoints

Ben Torres/Bloomberg via Getty Images There were plenty of winners and losers this week, with higher price targets for the iEverything company and a struggling department store chain disappointing on the bottom line. J.C. Penney (JCP) -- Loser This was supposed to be a breakthrough holiday quarter for J.C. Show More Summary

Why Keeping Things Private Has Become Boomtown for Entrepreneurs 

Many have lamented the "death of privacy" in today's society. Turns out, not only is privacy alive and well, but companies are making big money off it.

Buffett, a cheerleader for America, takes his checkbook abroad

By Luciana Lopez and Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK (Reuters) - Warren Buffett, in his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway Inc shareholders last year, called America "the mother lode of opportunity." This year, his 50th at Berkshire's helm, the world's third-richest person could write something quite different. Show More Summary

Reaction Poll: FCC Approves Net Neutrality Rules

The Federal Communications Commission approved the policy known as net neutrality by a 3-2 vote on Thursday. The decision means the FCC will regulate internet service like a public utility, expanding the U.S. government’s oversight. The net neutrality rules prohibit ISPs … More » The post Reaction Poll: FCC Approves Net Neutrality Rules appeared first on EveryJoe.

The Supreme Court is deciding a case that could derail Obamacare. Here’s what you need to know.

The fate of the Affordable Care Act, the president's signature domestic policy achievement, is once again in the hands of the Supreme Court this coming Wednesday. The justices will hear oral arguments in King v. Burwell, a legal challenge to the financial assistance that millions of Americans are receiving to purchase health insurance. The case […]

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