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It May Be Too Late for the iWatch to Wow the World

A well-placed analyst sees Apple releasing a smartwatch by the end of this summer, but it may be too late for the iWatch to disrupt the market.

By: Rick Aristotle Munarriz    Apr 15th 2014 6:00AM

Sears Just Doesn't Look Like It Wants Our Business

Sears is now a messy mix of Craftsman and Kardashian, Minaj and Kenmore, DieHard and Vergara. If it lasts another decade, it won't be the same store your parents patronized.

By: Annalisa Kraft-Linder    Apr 14th 2014 1:45PM

Beware of Falling Nasdaqs; Index Is Now Off 8%

The Nasdaq's down about 8% from its recent high, putting it near correction territory. And the Dow had a wild week: three triple-digit losses wrapped around a 181 point rally.

By: DailyFinance Staff    Apr 11th 2014 4:42PM

Ally Goes Public; Greenpeace Wants a 'Cleaner Cloud'

Ally Financial's initial public offering cuts the government's stake in the company in half to about 17 percent, as the Treasury captures nearly $2.4 billion in proceeds.

By: DailyFinance Staff    Apr 10th 2014 8:32AM

Fed's Low-Interest Plans Boost Investors' Moods

Back-to-back up days on Wall Street eased worries after the sell-off that began last week. Buyers were reassured that the Fed plans to keep interest rates low for some time.

By: DailyFinance Staff    Apr 9th 2014 4:42PM

Gas Prices Seen Holding Steady as Food Costs Rise

Gas prices are expected to hold steady through the summer driving season, but food prices are expected to increase by as much as 3.5 percent this year.

By: DailyFinance Staff    Apr 9th 2014 8:30AM