Tuesday, September 23, 2014 As of 10:39 AM EDT
Maryland's move into "alternative investments" cost taxpayers more than $1 billion in unrealized returns, says a new study.
Antarctic Sea Ice Rises, While Arctic Shrinks
Ebola 'Potential Threat To Global Security'
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One In Seven American Women Lived In Poverty Last Year
Rare, Elusive Colossal Squid Caught Near Antarctica, ‘Exciting’ Find
Alibaba IPO Price Hits $68, But Investors Still Hungry
It Rode The Alibaba Wave. Now What’s Next For Yahoo?
'Our Business Is Not Based On Having Information About You'
RIP Apple IPod: 2001-2014
Trade Alert: Market Vectors Gold Miners ETF (NYSEARCA:GDX)
Market Vectors Gold Miners ETF (NYSEARCA:GDX) shares crack the 50-Day Moving Average. Wednesday shares of Market Vectors Gold Miners ETF closed...
Alibaba’s Yu’E Bao Fund Wades Into Deeper Waters
According to a report, the fund is shifting focus to longer-term investments and riskier products to sustain attractive rates of return.
Generation Xers Are Poorer Than Their Parents
New research shows those born after baby boomers and before millennials have less wealth than their parents. That might be a first.
Bitcoin Promoter Will Plead Guilty In Silk Road Case
Charlie Shrem will admit unlicensed money transmission, his lawyer says.
Gold Prices To Pass $1,400 This Year As US Inflation Rises
The gold dealer USAGOLD says gold prices will rise even if the Fed raises interest rates.
Samsung Goes Over The Edge
Samsung upped the ante against Apple on Wednesday with two new smartphones — including one with a screen that curves around the phone's edge.
Oracle Shares Slide As Ellison Vacates CEO Slot
Shares were off more than 5 percent early Friday after Larry Ellison said he would step down as CEO.
Check Out These Photos Of Crowds Lining Up At New Colorado Marijuana Store
Legalization of recreational marijuana use attracted more than 100 people to one of the first store openings, in Northglenn, Colo.
Did The US Lose The International Weapons Market?
Russia's top weapons companies have grown faster than any other country's major defense manufacturers.
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