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The tobacco giant has seen its $12.8 billion bet on the vaping pioneer go up in smoke. That leaves it struggling to make money in a mature market for cigarettes.

Tech companies have come under fair and overdue criticism over the last year. But we could get a reminder of tech’s benefits in the coming weeks.

After a pummeling selloff, investors should consider strong industry leaders like Verizon, Berkshire, JPMorgan, and Alphabet

Corporate capital is flooding in at a time when deal activity and valuations may be peaking. What investors need to know.

Since 1991, Intel has invested more than $12 billion in some 1,500 start-ups.

BCA indicator sees the S&P 500 falling toward 2800 before starting to firm.

As coronavirus disrupts parts procurement from China, tech companies, apparel makers, and industrial-equipment concerns look most vulnerable. Why auto makers could be protected

A recent study shows that pot use by those over 65 nearly doubled fromn 2015 to 2018, while the share of seniors who acknowledged cannibis use soared by 75%. The danger: an increase in both alcohol and pot use.

After a tumble like this past week’s, a rally could be in the offing. But if the coronavirus triggers an economic slowdown, all bets are off.

History shows that stocks usually are up by 20% a year after such bloodbaths.

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Paid Program for CMEGroup: The U.S. dollar’s mantle as leader of global currencies could be tested by the decelerating economy, trade war and uncertainty over the Fed’s monetary policy.

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Food producers and the backlash against factory farming:

Tesla Stock Is Soaring Again Because There’s More to the Company Than Cars

Satya Nadella has shifted $MSFT’s focus to the cloud. Investors like what they see:

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Tesla Stock Is Still Skyrocketing. Critics Are Starting to Give Up.

Boeing’s CEO Has Made Millions. His Total Payout Could Be Worth More Than a 737 MAX Jet.

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