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Investors have sent Bitcoin’s price soaring to new heights—but the digital currency’s own flaws will limit its growth potential.
For Americans young and old, together is better—a bearish trend for housing.
Passive management is taking the financial world by storm—but how much is too much?
With the post-recession auto boom firmly in the rearview mirror, automakers must figure out how to win over Millennials.
The two firms are aggressively scaling up and branching out: Who will rise as the rest of retail sinks?
The utilities sector must gear up for the renewable energy revolution and adapt to the changing habits of U.S. consumers.
Despite some reservations, issuing longer-term U.S. debt could be a boon to lenders and investors alike.
While the U.S. housing market has gotten off to a strong start in 2017, many young adults remain on the sidelines.
3G Capital has brought its hyper-aggressive cost-cutting model to Big Food with promising early returns.
Millennial drivers, often blamed for driving up the traffic death rate, may actually save the auto insurance sector.
Consumer confidence indicators are surging, but beware: Today’s high expectations may be largely fueled by partisan fantasies.
Competition is heating up among sports retailers and apparel brands—and only those with a winning Millennial formula will prosper.
U.S. health spending is at an all-time high, a problem that an Obamacare replacement alone is unlikely to fix.
Forecasters expecting U.S. agriculture to rebound in 2017 may be in for a rough surprise.
The pet care industry is on a roll—which won’t stop anytime soon thanks to changing generational attitudes.
Though unfavorable demographics threaten the industry, firms that are well positioned abroad could prosper.
The GOP is finally in a position to repeal the ACA once and for all—but what comes next is still unknown.
The restaurant industry is struggling—though some chains have found a recipe for Millennial success.
Casinos face a daunting challenge: figuring out how to win over the next generation of consumers.
Over the past two years, luxury brands have been struggling—thanks to more cautious affluent consumers and changing generational preferences.