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Is Yellen trolling Trump and stock-market investors?

BySlow your record roll, Wall Street! That appears to be the message that Janet Yellen's Federal Reserve conveyed to investors Wednesday. Transcripts from...

For-Profit Colleges Thrive Off of Inequality

The majority of for-profit colleges are small, but the largest and most notable bear familiar names: the University of Phoenix and ITT Technical Institute,...

Asia up as Wall Street extends record rise, dollar steady

TOKYO Asian stocks edged up on Wednesday, joining a record-setting night for world markets as investors cheered upbeat factory activity in Europe and solid...

Wall Street ignores Trump missteps — for now

Despite swirling controversy and political messiness in the early days of the Trump administration, Wall Street has so far shrugged off the dark side...

Christopher Kane Launches ‘See Now, Buy Now’ Capsule

How to fix fashion week? In a fashion market being reshaped by digital media, rapid globalisation and an uncertain economic and geo-political environment, more...

From $100K to more than $1M, see how much house you...

In the past five years, home prices in Dallas-Fort Worth have shot up more than 40 percent. As a result, other areas of town...

Op-Ed: Hey, Wall Street – Still not worried about Trump after...

The deluge of leaks, seemingly emanating from what insiders call "deep Washington," the permanent bureaucracy and long-time intelligence operatives, have not been supportive of...

Peso closes at P50 to $1, hits lowest in 10 years

MANILA, Philippines - The pesos closed at P50 to a dollar on Friday, dipping to its lowest level in a decade due to strong...

Daily Briefing: Reassurance mission for Pence

LONDON U.S. Vice President Mike Pence travels to Munich for the annual security fest there starting today with a mission to reassure European allies...

RBI under governor Urjit Patel failing to strike a chord with...

Denny Jose, a small-town caterer in Kerala, was closely watching the RBI meeting last week.Newspapers and markets were forecasting the Reserve Bank of India...

The stock market is doing so much winning Wall Street is...

ByWall Street stocks are winning - big league. But investors don't appear to be hitting an exhaustion point, with the Nasdaq Composite Index...

Apple smartphones outsold Samsung’s in Q4

Apple has overtaken Samsung Electronics in smartphone sales for the first time in two years, but don't count on it staying ahead for long.Samsung...

First Trump Obamacare rule aimed at calming jittery health insurers

The Trump administration issued its first Obamacare regulation Wednesday, and it's aimed at placating jittery health insurance companies threatening to pull out of...

Mukesh Ambani explains how Trump can be a blessing in disguise...

As US president Donald Trump keeps the world on tenterhooks with his protectionist ways that can have a debilitating impact on the Indian IT...

Humana says it plans to pull out of Obamacare exchanges in...

Peter Foley | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesWhile Republicans continue to grapple with plans to repeal and replace Obamacare and stabilize health insurance rates, Humana...

Unbounded Rationality & Its Consequences

It should not be news that we can't know it all (ignorance is unavoidable). But the results of using the opposite notion, of "unbounded...

What the Vix Is Really Telling the Markets Now

The last time U.S. stock market volatility started the year this low was in 2007, shortly before the subprime crisis hit. Before that, it...

Stocks hit record again. But is Trump the reason?

The Dow, S&P 500, Nasdaq and Russell 2000 each hit new all-time highs Monday. Investors are giddy with excitement and they clearly believe that...

Herdsmen allege disappearance of 500 cattle in Oyo – Vanguard News

By Olu AjayiIBADAN-Fulani herdsmen in Ibarapa area of Oyo State, on the platform of Jamu Nati Fulbe Association of Nigeria, have threatened to close...

Denver area still lags in new home construction

Metro Denver's housing woes boil down to one easy to state but incredibly difficult to resolve problem - a lack of enough new home...