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Netflix Inc.’s stock is famously volatile, seeing big swings in both directions as investors weigh its notoriously high valuation against one of the past decade’s most successful growth stories. However, even traders who thrive on the company’s gyrations may be underestimating how much the company...

Reuters House Majority Whip Steve Scalise was among those shot at a congressional...

Bubble? What bubble? To say billionaire investor Ron Baron, who oversees some $23 billion in assets, waxed bullish on CNBC Tuesday morning would be an...

The Harvard University endowment’s largest holding is a high-yield bond exchange traded fund (ETF). So says a recent Bloomberg article on endowments...

In U.S. sports leagues, when high-profile players switch teams, they are usually traded or sign as a free agent. But in the five biggest European soccer...

A common element in sci-fi movies is asteroids. We’re either blowing them up, landing on them, living inside them or mining them for profit. That...

It’s hard to find bargains in the technology sector. But using a measure called the PEG ratio — price-to-earnings-to-growth — highlights stocks...

Want to figure out whether a new movie will end up as a box-office blockbuster? See if people are reacting the same way to its trailer. You really have...

The last time I walked into Elizabeth Pula’s Queens, N.Y. home on Nov. 8, she informed me she wasn’t very happy. She was pulled up close to her TV...

Larry Marfise, the athletic director at the University of Tampa, was just starting his career when he decided it was important to begin saving for retirement...