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Investors are warming up to Bank of America, and Brian Moynihan's rolling in the profits.
After DeMarcus Cousins had two more incidents in February, the Kings brass finally decided they had had enough. How much money did they save by trading Cousins away?
Almost everyone disapproves of the form of art appreciation chosen a few years ago by Andrew Shannon, an "art lover" visiting the National Gallery in Ireland – punching a hole in a Monet.
One Indiana resident just got a whole lot richer this past Wednesday.
Nick Cannon was hit with a huge lawsuit that claims he stole the idea for a talent search app.
You don't want to get on the wrong side of Vladimir Putin. If you do, the chances of going missing or turning up dead are pretty likely.
DeMarcus Cousins has played his whole career in Sacramento, only to be abruptly traded to the Pelicans during the All-Star Game. We dive into why this actually makes sense for both teams.
Warren Buffett doesn't live in some metropolitan castle, but instead in a relatively simple home in Nebraska, and now his residential situation is getting pared down even further with the listing of his Laguna Beach summer home.
Time will tell whether the recall will have an impact on the secondary market value of the Venmo – the most expensive road production car in the world.
One Major League Baseball Player Has Made More Than $3 Million In His Career… And He's Also An Uber Driver
You'd think most major leaguers don't need to pick up a second job. But for Tampa Bay's Nick Franklin, he spends his offseasons working.
We have to ask ourselves what the Silicon Valley billionaires prepping for doomsday know that we don't.
Los Angeles billionaire Eric Smidt sold enough $50 discount chainsaws to join the 10-figure club.
The group, thought by police to be three in number, used glass cutters and rapel gear to bust into a warehouse in London from 40 feet above the floor.