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5:24pm:A year-by-year look back reveals five key takeaways you need to heed today. More
7:05am: The David Lynch Foundation has been getting an increasing number of calls from Wall Street firms to come and offer its $1,000 intensive course on Transcendental Meditation to employees. More
Mar 2: A recent study found that younger mutual funds outperform older ones. Why? Newer fund have a lot to prove in the highly competitive business. More
Feb 27: Tesla may be overvalued, but Bank of America Merrill Lynch analyst John Lovallo's $65 price target seems too extreme. He's also been wrong for the past several months. More
Feb 27: There's a growing crop of freshly minted millionaires that have made their fortunes in the world of tech. So how do they invest once they find they're rich? More
Feb 25: JPMorgan Chase on Tuesday revealed a plan to cut jobs at the branch level, part of what its said is a reaction to customers utilizing automated technology for routine banking transactions. More
Feb 24: Men's Wearhouse increased its offer Monday to buy rival Jos. A. Bank, the latest in the takeover battle between the two retailers. More
Feb 21: Wall Street CEOs continue to make big bucks. Citigroup's Michael Corbat took home more than $14 million last year, according to a new SEC filing. More
Feb 21: Hedge funds invested heavily in oil stocks and Apple in the fourth quarter of last year. At the same time, they sold off shares of Netflix and Comcast. More
Feb 20: The biotech sector is outperforming the broader market by a long shot. Here's why the industry is as lively as ever. More
Feb 14: LikeFolio's new web extension helps you hone in on the stock chatter in you Twitter stream. More
Feb 10: Weak economic reports, uncertainty about the Fed's next move and turmoil in emerging markets mean investors might have to brace for even more market bumpiness down the road. More
Feb 6: Spooked by the financial crisis, millennials are pretty conservative when it comes to investing, according to a new report from UBS. More
Feb 5: Pimco bond chief Bill Gross argues that credit isn't growing fast enough to support strong growth. He just has a funny way of explaining it. More
Feb 3: Activist hedge funds are turning up the heat on companies, and now, an alliance has formed to curb the influence of Carl Icahn, Dan Loeb and others. More
Jan 31: A new mutual fund is betting that 3D printing will usher in a new industrial revolution. But the manager has never run a mutual fund before. The fund looks way too risky. More
Jan 30: Last year was painful for emerging markets and 2014 is shaping up to be even worse. More
Jan 23: Shares of Herbalife plunged after Ed Markey called on the SEC and FTC to investigate the company for running a pyramid scheme. It's a bit of vindication for hedge fund manager Bill Ackman. More
Jan 21: Pimco CEO Mohamed El-Erian is leaving the investment firm after six years in the top spot. His resignation will be effective mid-March. More
Jan 20: A Super Bowl win for the Seattle Seahawks over the Denver Broncos may be better for stocks this year, according a silly stock market indicator. Did we mention that it was silly? More
Jan 15: Solar panel company SolarCity, whose chairman is Tesla CEO Elon Musk, plans to sell debt to individuals online. Should you be energized? More
Jan 15: More good earnings news from the nation's biggest banks: Bank of America's profits and revenue pleased investors -- despite a big slowdown in mortgage lending. More
Jan 13: Shares of Target are down since the company warned of slowing sales following the news of a massive data breach. But the stock's not down as much as you might expect. More
Jan 12: It's earnings time! Bank of America and Citigroup are off to a hot start in 2014. Will they and other big banks live up to the hype? More
Jan 9: Pimco's bond king says the Federal Reserve won't budge before unemployment and inflation thresholds have been breached. Bill Gross also expects bonds to bounce back in 2014. More
Jan 1: The New Year has ushered in a fresh set of challenges for equity markets. The flow of cheap money will lessen, stirring up risk in some regions and opportunity in others. More
Dec 24: Tesla shares spike 5% as investors cheer a reaffirmed crash safety rating. But automaker says it is still awaiting feedback from federal officials about investigation of recent fire incidents. More
Dec 20: Despite rising interest rates and increased volatility due to the Federal Reserve scaling back on its stimulus, several market strategists think a bond bubble is unlikely. More
Dec 16: Tim Grittani began day trading penny stocks with his life savings of $1,500 three years ago. By following the lessons of penny stock guru and million Tim Sykes, the 24-year-old has raked in over $1 million in trading profits. More
Dec 13: Invoost's online stock market tournaments allows players pick and trade stocks using $10,000 in virtual money with the chance to win real money. More
Dec 13: Investors have pulled out $72 billion from bond mutual funds this year. The outflow is the first in nearly a decade for bond funds, and tops the previous record in 1994. More
Dec 12: Riskalyze helps zero in on how much volatility investors are willing to stomach through a math-based approach. Financial advisors love it. More
Dec 6: Facebook is one of the largest U.S. companies by market value, and investors are hungry to know when it will join the market's most closely-tracked index More
Dec 4: The British pound has been on a tear and analysts predict it will push even higher this year, creating a headache for policymakers as the elevated currency threatens to dampen one of Europe's most impressive recovery stories. More
Dec 3: The stock of Gogo, an in-flight wireless provider, has jumped sharply in recent trading but some think the rally will soon cool. More
Dec 3: Pimco Chief Bill Gross says the Fed's policies are artificially boosting stock prices. He recommends buying short-term high quality bonds. More
Nov 26: Take-Two Interactive, the maker of the popular Grand Theft Auto games, bought back Carl Icahn's stake in the company. Shares fell on the news. More
Nov 22: Charter Communication is reportedly trying to raise money to fund a possible bid for Time Warner Cable, while Time Warner Cable is looking to Comcast for a deal. More
Nov 20: The top 50 hedge funds yanked nearly $1.3 billion out of Boeing during the third quarter and added nearly $2 billion to Facebook, according to data from FactSet. More
Nov 20: Yet another dark cloud is looming over global banks as regulators examine their behavior in the $5.3 trillion currency market, threatening to deal a fresh blow to battered balance sheets and reputations. More
Nov 19: Within a 28-hour period, the price of Bitcoin soared from a little over $500 to an all-time high above $900. Shortly after, it plunged back down again to a level just above $500. More
Nov 18: China has experience with virtual currencies. So it understands why it is important to quickly become a leading player in the Bitcoin market. More
Nov 15: Activist investor Bill Ackman disclosed that his firm Pershing Square has taken just under a 10% stake in government-sponsored mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. More
Nov 13: A new bitcoin wallet is collecting donations for the Philippine Red Cross. More
Nov 12: Tesla CEO Elon Musk stresses the safety of the Model S and said there "definitely" won't be a recall following the three battery fires. Musk also said Tesla's stock price appears to be better deal. More
Nov 12: Third Point founder Dan Loeb announced he is invested in FedEx, and has no plans to call for the ouster of CEO Fred Smith despite his usually aggressive involvement in companies. More
Nov 6: High net-worth families are bullish on stocks. But they have nearly 40% of their portfolio in cash, according to a recent Citi Private Bank survey. Huh? More
Nov 5: Shares of fashion retailer Michael Kors hit a record high following strong earnings and sales. The affordable luxury retailer is a clear standout in its category. More
Nov 4: Investors have been bailing out of the Bill Gross-run Pimco Total Return mutual fund for six months straight. It's now the second largest fund behind the Vanguard Total Stock Market Index fund. More
Nov 4: Consumers are increasingly looking for good deals when they shop. That may be one reason why Wal-Mart's stock has lagged dollar stores like Dollar General and Dollar Tree. More
Oct 31: Bill Gross, co-founder of Pimco, says rich Americans have had the privilege of riding the credit wave over the past three decades, and it's time to pay up ... himself included More
Oct 29: Hot stocks such as Amazon.com, Salesforce.com, Netflix and Chipotle are among the ten most overvalued stocks in the S&P 500, according Thomson Reuters StarMine. More
Oct 28: After spiking in anticipation of a potential end to the Federal Reserve's bond buying, Treasury yields have slid considerably during the last few weeks. Experts think rates should remain relatively low. More
Oct 21: Imperial Capital analyst Mary Ross-Gilbert slashed her price target amid growing concern that the troubled retailer may seek bankruptcy protection next year. More
Oct 18: Prominent angel investor and TechStars CEO David Cohen says he likes Twitter, but wouldn't make a big bet on the social media's stock rising over the long-term. More
Oct 18: The struggling retailer pushes back against 'market manipulation.' But investors are clearly worried about the future of J.C. Penney. More
Oct 18: Don't just look for a high dividend yield. Investors need to find solid companies that can keep increasing their quarterly payouts. More
Oct 18: Despite coming close to a debt default, experts say the U.S. dollar and Treasury bonds remain the world's best (and only) choice as a safe haven. More
Oct 18: The PC business may be on the decline, but one asset manager thinks Microsoft could become the world's most valuable company again thanks to a growing presence in cloud software More
Oct 15: Investors cheer news that Apple has hired Burberry chief executive Angela Ahrendts to run its retail and online operations. More
Oct 15: China has sealed a deal with the U.K. allowing investors around the world to trade directly in Chinese shares and bonds through London's banks and financial institutions. More
Oct 11: A hedge fund manager who thrived in 2008 says the debt ceiling won't cause a crash. But the Fed's balance sheet might. More
Oct 11: JPMorgan Chase had a $7.2 billion charge due to legal expenses. But excluding that, the bank's earnings beat analyst expectations. More
Oct 11: Shares in Britian's iconic Royal Mail soared Friday after the postal service company debuted on the London Stock Exchange. More
Oct 9: The stock market isn't showing too much stress yet but short-term Treasuries show investors are prepping for default. More
Oct 9: Investors have been bailing out of shares of Netflix, Tesla, Facebook and other hot momentum stocks the past two days. More
Oct 9: Individuals and companies have been boosting their cash reserves as the government shutdown and debt ceiling debate continue to drag on in Washington. More
Oct 7: Market strategists are getting concerned that weak third quarter earnings could cause a bigger sell-off in the stock market. More
Oct 4: Shares of Potbelly soared 120% as they debuted on the Nasdaq Friday, putting the Chicago-based sandwich chain among the four companies that have more than doubled this year on their first day in the stock market. More
Oct 4: Shares of big government contractors, especially aerospace firms Lockheed Martin and Boeing, got hit hard this week. And with furloughs predicted in coming weeks, the stocks could fall further. More
Oct 4: Shares of long-closed retailer Tweeter Home Entertainment soar the day after Twitter details its IPO plans. More
Oct 3: Bill Ackman said he has adjusted his $1 billion bet against Herbalife to reduce further paper losses. But he is still confident that company is a "pyramid scheme" and will be shut down by regulators. More
Oct 3: Investors are scouring Europe for ways to make money from its tentative recovery and one U.S. firm thinks it has found the answer -- buy Greek government bonds. More
Oct 2: The Federal Reserve may be planning to begin raising rates as early as 2015, but bond king Bill Gross expects the central bank's interest rates will stay low for a "long, long time." More
Oct 2: The owner of the iconic New York City skyscraper had a lackluster debut. But the IPOs of Re/Max and the parent company of Burlington Coat Factory were big hits. More
Oct 1: Tesla is one of the hottest stocks of the year, but big money investors have been shrinking their stakes in the company. As small investors keep driving the stock price higher, Bank of America analysts warn they may get burned. More
Oct 1: U.K. gaming company King, creator of the wildly popular online game Candy Crush Saga, is preparing for an initial public offering in New York. More
Oct 1: Several mutual funds, ETFs and individual stocks like Siemens and Credit Suisse could give investors exposure to Europe's economic rebound. More
Sep 30: Health care stocks have been beating the performance of the broader market since the passage of Obamacare in 2010. While most of the benefits of the Affordable Care Act may be already be factored in, analysts remain optimistic about the health care sector. More
Sep 30: The European market for new listings has staged a comeback, with initial public offerings raising more cash so far this year than in all of 2012. More
Sep 27: Markets are expecting Congress to wait until the last minute and then strike a last-minute debt ceiling deal. We've been here before. More
Sep 27: Shares of J.C. Penney fall Friday after the ailing retailer raises cash through a public offering of 84 million shares priced at $9.65 per share. More
Sep 26: Shares of the social media company are up 88% in 2013 and continue to go higher, topping $50 for the first time ever. More
Sep 26: With its currency hitting multi-year lows, Indonesia's finance minister says the southeast Asian economy needs to prepare its defense for the day when the Federal Reserve starts to pump less money into global markets. More
Sep 26: Shares bounced around Thursday amid reports that the retailer was seeking to raise cash. More
Sep 25: Highbridge Capital's Glenn Dubin and Avenue Capital's Mark Lasry are disappointed that Larry Summers won't be the next chairman of the Federal Reserve. More
Sep 25: Shares of the retailer plunged Friday on concerns over its cash and back to school sales. The stock is at its lowest level since November 2000. More
Sep 24: Chinese stocks are on a tear after shrugging off a poor start to 2013 as fears of an economic slowdown receded. Whether the rally can continue through the end of the year may depend on big policy decisions due in November. More
Sep 24: Treasury Secretary Jack Lew says Wall Street should be taking the looming debt limit more seriously, as Congress has a lot to do in very little time. More
Sep 24: Eric Schneiderman says the combination of today's high frequency trading and early access to market-moving information is "something far more insidious than traditional insider trading." More
Sep 23: 13 companies are going public this week. IPOs have outperformed the market this year. Last week, two new offering nearly doubled while one stock surged more than 100%. And Twitter is still waiting in the wings. More
Sep 23: China's richest man is investing $8.2 billion in a 'movie metropolis' that aims to rival Hollywood and Disney with its massive film and television studios, production facilities, theme parks and hotels. More
Sep 20: Standard and Poor's has counted two dozen trading glitches around the world in the past 18 months. The ratings agency said more snafus could trigger downgrades for the NYSE and Nasdaq. More
Sep 19: In an increasingly speedy market, the stock market reaction to the Fed's 'no taper' announcement seemed faster than usual. And some experts noted an odd spike in gold before the Fed statement. More
Sep 19: Shares of Tesla Motors surged to an all-time high after analysts at Deutsche Bank upped their price target for the electric car maker. More
Sep 19: Sales of the popular GTA game hit $800 million in one day crushing the biggest blockbusters. More
Sep 18: FedEx maintained its previous forecast of earnings growth between 7% and 13% for the year, but said it's basing that outlook on "tepid" economic growth: a measly 2.1% in the United States and 2.6% globally. More
Sep 17: ValueAct's Jeff Ubben sees continued upside in Microsoft ... but not necessarily in Apple. More
Sep 17: Famed for their role in the founding of Facebook, the Winklevoss twins are betting big on bitcoins and think the world is underestimating the cybercurrency's potential. More
Sep 17: Bank stocks took a bad beating in the wake of the Lehman Brothers collapse five years ago. But investors have since embraced financial sector. And as the economy continues to recover, experts say bank stocks have more room to rally. More
Sep 16: Once the world's fourth largest bank, the process of liquidating Lehman Brothers is ongoing, but it still has a lot left to sell. More
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