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Dow Hits Record Close After Scotland Vote, Alibaba Debut

Alibaba surged in its U.S. trading debut after the company raised nearly $22 billion in the largest IPO ever.

Home Depot Hacked: How to Protect Yourself

Home Depot revealed 56 million of its shoppers' credit cards were stolen, the largest retail breach ever. Ben Popken explains how to protect yourself.

Cadillac to Launch Posh New Sedan in 2015

The as-yet unnamed flagship model will debut the maker’s new autonomous highway driving technology.

Opportunists Cash in on Delayed iPhone Launch in China

Regulatory hurdles mean the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus won't be available soon in China, the world's biggest smartphone market.

Open Sesame! Alibaba Makes Monster Trading Debut

The largest IPO in history, from Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, opened at $92.70 a share.

Marriott Wants You to Vacation on a Virtual Beach

Marriott Hotels is betting the future of travel will be, at least in part, virtual.

Pass the Brewski? Pabst Sold to Russian Company

Pabst Brewing Company, which produces quintessential American beers PBR, Colt 45, Old Milwaukee and Lone Star beers was sold to a Russian company.

Alibaba CEO Jack Ma on 'Ecosystems' and 'Forrest Gump'

Jack Ma talks about how Alibaba's "ecosystem" can help small businesses around the world, and how 'Forrest Gump' became a hero to him.

How College Can Screw Up Your Career

Call them the almost-grads.

Desperate Fishermen Driven to Piracy by 'Flag Hoppers'

It's a vicious cycle that people in government and shipping worry could become worse.

Plane Evacuated After Being Filled With Smoke

Busch Gardens Removes Props in Wake of Beheadings

Parks said that in light of recent events, some props may have had the unintended consequence of appearing insensitive.

College Costs Conundrum: Parents Fret About Retirement

A growing number of parents are concerned that paying for their kids' higher education will hurt their retirement.

Markets Cry 'Yes' After Scotland Votes 'No'

European shares opened sharply higher Friday after Scottish voters rejected independence.

SAP Will Buy Concur Technologies for $7.36 billion

SAP is offering $129 per share, a 20 percent premium over the Wednesday closing price.

World's Biggest IPO: Alibaba to Raise $21.8 Billion

The Chinese e-commerce company is expected to begin trading at the New York Stock Exchange Friday morning.

Alibaba Prices Biggest IPO Ever at $68 a Share

The Chinese e-commerce company is expected to begin trading at the New York Stock Exchange Friday morning.

56 Million Cards at Risk, Home Depot Says After Breach

Payment information for 56 million cards may have been put at risk in a Home Depot security breach.

56 Million Cards Affected in Home Depot Breach, Company Says

Payment information for 56 million cards may have been put at risk in a Home Depot security breach.

Oracle's Larry Ellison Stepping Down as CEO

Oracle said Larry Ellison, its co-founder and longtime CEO, will be stepping down, effective immediately to be replaced by Mark Hurd and Safra Catz.

Yum Drops Communist Star from Restaurant

Yum Brands is changing the logo of its Banh Shop Saigon street food eatery in Dallas because the red star reminded locals of the communist symbol.

Toyota Recalls 20K Vehicles for Possible Fuel Leak

A fuel delivery pipe in the engine may leak because it was not correctly welded by a Toyota supplier company.

Ten Tips to Save $1,000 by Year-End

A little saving can go a long way.

Most New Millionaires: J.R. Would Be Proud

Dallas, the Big D, with its oilmen and ten-gallon hats, is the home of the fastest-growing population of new millionaires.

The Charity That's Taking on 'Zombie Debt'

The Samaritan Center in Missouri cares for the poor by providing groceries, free medical and dental care…and lawyers to fight off debt collectors.

Lincoln Logs to be 'Made in USA' Again

Lincoln Logs, the popular building toy is coming home to the U.S. to be made in Maine, after years of construction in China.

Who Will Be the Big Winners in Alibaba's IPO?

Unlike some other recent big tech IPOs, the wealth isn't going to be spread widely around.

Consumer Bureau Wants Oversight of Car Loan Companies

The bureau wants authority to regulate 38 non-bank auto lenders that make or refinance at least 10,000 loans or leases per year.

Money Talks: Will NFL Sponsor Wrath Force League to Change?

The corporate blowback might not dent the league's pocketbook anytime soon but it could be a factor down the road.

Ka-Ching: Dow Sets Record High

Dow sets a record close, after the Federal Reserve reiterated it would not hike interest rates for a 'considerable' period. News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

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