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  • Tougher Rules Can’t Repair Banking’s Broken Culture

    Successful economies need healthy banks. In 2008, the errors of the U.S. banking system crashed the global economy. Seven years later, the recovery in the U.S. and elsewhere is still tepid -- and the failure to get the financial system working as it should is... Read More >>

    Macy’s Is Taking On Amazon With Same-day Delivery In 17 Cities

    Macy’s, the nation’s largest department store, is starting to compete with Amazon by offering same-day delivery in 17 markets. In order to do this, the retailer is using a delivery service called Deliv. In the same vein as Uber, Deliv is a startup that... Read More >>

    Here’s What Google’s Secret Car Company Is Called

    The media has written countless words about Google’s self-driving car project for years, and the company even publicly presented a prototype last year. But few knew until Monday that Google created a limited liability company to legally operate the... Read More >>

    These Are The Winners & Losers In Obama’s Plan To Slash Carbon From Power Plants

    After two years of negotiations and controversy, President Barack Obama on Monday afternoon officially revealed a finalized version of a plan to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide emissions that power plants across the U.S. can emit. In a speech on... Read More >>

    Gold Futures Look To Get Off The Mat

    Gold prices are marginally higher in early trade Tuesday after being down four the past five trading sessions amid a tough period for commodities. Already in correction mode, gold prices are staring down bear-market territory with the precious metal down... Read More >>

    The Tell: Apple’s Stock Drops Below 2 Bearish Technical Thresholds

    Apple Inc.’s stock was headed for another decline Tuesday, as investors braced for the aftermath of its drop below two closely watched technical thresholds. The stock fell 0.9% in premarket trade. A closing loss would be the fifth in a row, and 10th in... Read More >>

    Investors Are ‘Stock Market Socialists’

    History indicates bears could be led astray if they bet that a narrowing group of stock-market gainers portends a near-term selloff. T.J. Thornton, head of U.S. product management at Jefferies, quipped in a weekend note that the connection between the... Read More >>

    Silicon Valley’s Favorite Meal-replacement Drink, Soylent, Is Now Bottled And Made Of Algae

    The favorite nutritional shake for time-crunched techies, Soylent, is getting even easier to drink. The product, the work of a software engineer, got big on Kickstarter with Silicon Valley workers who wanted to chug down their meals like athletes and get... Read More >>

    Pimco Says SEC Probing Its Total Return Exchange-traded Fund

    The Securities and Exchange Commission's staff has recommended filing a civil action against Pacific Investment Management Company's Total Return Active Exchange-Traded Fund (BOND), the bond investment giant said Monday night. The SEC issued a so-called... Read More >>

    Skyfall! Apple’s Stock Breaks Three Key Levels

    Investors wondering how low Apple (AAPL) stock can go are having to lower their expectations even more. Shares of the gadget-maker Monday are down $2.68, or 2.2 percent, to $118.72 — breaking below three key support levels the legions of bullish... Read More >>

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