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Jack Bogle dealt out investing ideas and warnings in an investor talk. Here's what he had to say.
Some Vanguard investors have formed their own tribe around Vanguard's ultra-cheap mutual funds and the company's founder. Now they're getting together for a meeting of the minds.
IBM looks to be plugging a $1.5 billion drain on its earnings with a semiconductor unit sale to Abu Dhabi-owned GlobalFoundries.
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U.S. stock futures were looking bullish Friday morning at the end of a volatile week. Maybe Coca-Cola's deal with Monster Beverage is fueling the optimism.
Few answers are forthcoming about why Michael Brown was shot and killed, and riots have erupted -- and continued -- in a St. Louis suburb over the teenager's death.
U.S. stock futures were edging up going into Thursday's trading session, contradicting a soft European market and disappointing retail sales.