It's been an expensive two months for the 500 wealthiest people on the planet.
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Apple's sales of iPhone continue to struggle in a market of generally depressed smartphone sales, but a tiny sliver of hope is the chance for somewhat better prices this quarter thanks to the "mix" of iPhone X and iPhone 8-Plus in the total, writes Walter Piecyk of BTIG Research.
Elvis Presley changed history on a Gibson J200. B.B. King risked his life for his guitar. Now, after 116 years, the devil's knocking on Gibson's door.
Parents hoping to improve their family’s social mobility by giving their children money could be doing the opposite, experts have warned, after research found a conclusive link between financial support and increased dependence. Confirming what many have long suspected, a new study from the Newcastle University and Youth Employment UK not only shows that those whose parents have extensive networks are better paid, but that the children also remain dependent on family and become less ambitious.
Dropbox Inc. shares shone amid a stormy market Friday that capped a week of red ink, which could signal safe waters ahead for market debuts as $3 billion in initial public offerings prepare to price next week.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board will look into Galaxy Entertainment Group after the Hong Kong-based casino company’s purchase of a stake in Wynn Resorts Ltd.
China’s theft of U.S. intellectual property is undercutting small businesses across the country, according to Admiral Dennis Blair, co-chair of The IP Commission.
Puerto Rico government officials say they will not bow to demands from a federal control board overseeing the island's finances that they implement cuts to a struggling public pension system as part of an upcoming fiscal plan to help pull the U.S. territory out of an economic crisis.