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Alibaba doesn’t have its name on a baseball stadium. Yet. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of Paul R. La Monica. Other than Time Warner, the parent of CNNMoney, Abbott Laboratories and AbbVie, La Monica does not own positions in any individual stocks. More U.S. consumers...

Listen up: Here are five key things you need to know about what the millennial generation of consumers is looking for in terms of customer service and...

A Colorado man is scheduled to be sentenced Friday for the murder of a Montana teacher whose death highlighted the downsides of an oil boom that has brought thousands of newcomers to the remote Northern Plains. Prosecutors have recommended 100 years in prison for 25-year-old Michael Keith Spell of Parachute, Colorado, for the 2012 killing of Sherry Arnold. Defense attorneys...

High-profile cyberattacks against prominent retailers and banks may be helping newly public CyberArk. Shares have doubled. The opinions expressed in...

Spoilers through Season 1 of ‘The Flash’ follow. I’ve begun to view the various villainous “meta-humans” on the CW’s The Flash as sideshows to the main plot: How and why Eobard Thawne, aka “Reverse Flash”, aka fake Harrison Wells, is working with Barry Allen and to what ends he builds him up only to travel back in time to then kill him. I know it has...

Dow 30, Dow shmirty. These three stocks have outperformed the blue chips since they were booted from the Dow. The opinions expressed in this commentary...

As I approached the park I could see the sun beaming between the trees, there were patches of grass and the dirt looked clay-like. The lot was full and...

You can be forgiven if you’re not familiar with these logos. Shoppers have abandoned these once mighty retailers. The opinions expressed in this...

Post written by Paul Glader @PaulGlader is a journalism professor at The King’s College in NYC and EMBA participant at The Berlin School...

Who are the big idea innovators in the startup world these days? Is it the fearless 20-year olds? Not so much. Actually, the majority of new business owners are innovators who are over the age of 40.  According to the Kauffman Foundation, during the last 16 years, entrepreneurship among 55 to 64-year-olds increased by an astounding 64%. For 45 to 54-year-olds, new business...