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Chinese investors are putting their money in a lot of places. That rarely means stocks

Stocks still rank low on the popularity list for Chinese investors, while private funds are playing

Fmr US Ambassador to Turkey: Turkish leaders 'in a hole of their own making'

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Former United States Ambassador to Turkey Robert Pearson discusses the lira's

Companies are ramping up their employee screening strategies. Here is what you can expect

In April, Uber announced it will be tightening background checks for its drivers. This comes after

Plastic surgeons report an alarming number of people are asking to look like their Snapchat-filtered selfie

Plastic surgeons say they’ve noticed a trend of what they call “Snapchat dysmorphia” taking over patients

Rite Aid and Albertsons agree to terminate their merger

Rite Aid Corporation and Albertsons Companies announced on Wednesday they are terminating their merger agreement, the

2 Pro Photographers Discuss Capturing Their Vision of the World

Last year, photographers around the globe captured 1.2 trillion digital photos, according to estimates from market

Some families are paying thousands of dollars to choose their baby's sex

Kathleen McKinnon always planned to start a family, but it proved to be harder than she

How tech billionaires hack their taxes with a philanthropic loophole

Late in 2014, Nicholas Woodman, the founder and chief executive of GoPro, announced what appeared to

Trump and Defense Secretary Mattis often appear at odds. Here's a breakdown of their key differences

If their public statements are any indication, President Donald Trump and his secretary of Defense are

As Microsoft gains cloud share, competitors are changing their stance

Microsoft again gained more market share in the cloud business than top competitors in the second