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While an elder mediator won’t solve problems, the person paves the way for family members to solve problems together

Investors struggle to reconcile signs of a global economic recovery with the surge in coronavirus infections in the U.S.

The economic effects of the coronavirus crisis are likely to be felt for years to come. For the health-care industry that isn’t entirely bad news.

Heard on the Street: Ongoing bans on non-essential travel to Europe point to a slow recovery for an important source of airline profits

Wirecard’s longtime No. 2 stopped responding to messages from colleagues when the company ran into trouble. The company still doesn’t know where he is.

The Secure Act puts new arrows in the quivers of 529 education-savings plans

The friend said Mr. Marsalek liked engaging in late-night discussions about cryptocurrencies and their ability to move money without a trace

After ordinary people racked up steep losses in an April collapse, the products that drew many amateurs to commodities trading are getting revamped

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Federal Reserve officials are considering lending cash directly to hedge funds through clearinghouses to ease stress in the repo market. But that could be a tough sell for policy makers.

China faces the highest consumer inflation in nearly a decade along with a toxic combination of stagnating growth and soaring prices

Facebook: Now worth more than eBay, Yahoo, Groupon, LinkedIn, Netflix, IAC/InterActiveCorp, AOL, Zynga and Pandora Media. Combined. #pulse 

Bank of America has eliminated a free checking account popular with customers with low balances via

A $10,000 investment in Google at its $85 IPO price would be worth $139,458.82 today:

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Intercontinental Exchange is ready to launch its long-awaited bitcoin-futures market, betting consumers and Wall Street will embrace cryptocurrencies.

Oil prices logged their biggest one-day drop in two years:

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New funds bet on woman-led companies, backed by studies that say such firms perform better:

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Buffett to top managers: "We can afford to lose money...we can’t afford to lose reputation”

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