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Who Needs Black Friday and Cyber Monday?

Most Americans won't shop on Black Friday or Cyber Monday. But those who do expect to spend $400 and $361 respectively.

By: Mitch Lipka    Nov 19th 2014 11:38AM

What Would Happen if SeaWorld Freed the Whales?

SeaWorld stock hit an all-time low last week after another rough quarterly report of falling attendance and revenue. What now for the theme park operator?

By: Rick Aristotle Munarriz    Nov 19th 2014 9:48AM

Strange Bedfellows: Me and Tony Robbins

Motivational speaker Tony Robbins has a new, worthy goal: Educating investors on how the brokerage industry usually puts its interests ahead of clients.

By: Daniel Solin    Nov 19th 2014 9:00AM

Taylor Swift Tries to Take Down Spotify

Streaming music is a growing market, but there may be an artistic challenge to the model. Witness the case of Taylor Swift vs. Spotify.

By: Rick Aristotle Munarriz    Nov 19th 2014 8:00AM

Why the Battery Business Is Losing Its Power

Alkaline batteries have lost popularity in a smartphone age, prompting Procter & Gamble to sell Duracell and Energizer to split up the company.

By: Eric Volkman    Nov 18th 2014 9:41AM

Single-Serve Coffee Competition Is Brewing Again

Shares of Keurig Green Mountain hit all-time highs this month, but consumers aren't embracing Keurig 2.0, and more competitors offer alternatives.

By: Rick Aristotle Munarriz    Nov 18th 2014 9:28AM