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Commentary: There are plenty of reasons for Putin to lessen tensions in Ukraine, but if things do start to get worse, there are ways to protect yourself form any volatility, writes Michael Gayed.
Ukraine’s ex-president Viktor Yanukovych, now hiding in Russia, seemed to have everything imaginable in his car collection. But the most valuable car, worth $2 million, is missing.
Buffett talks up IBM, Pepsi and dismisses bitcoin
• Buffett more than doubles money in B. of A.
• Buffett on where investment ‘mother lode’ is
• Buffett: Economy growing slowly but surely
• Warren Buffett: Bitcoin is ‘not a currency’
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• Is LinkedIn a $300 stock or a $100 stock?
• Twitter has some work to do
• The next wave of social-media IPOs
Modell’s CEO in hot water for undercover visit to rival
• Why Fast Retailing would want J. Crew
Teen’s Facebook post costs her father $80,000
• U.S. stocks' worst day in a month
• Icahn Enterprises profit leaps on activism
• Darden warns, affirms Red Lobster plan
• GM slides on weak sales, Apple up on CarPlay
• Plug Power up 18%; Analysts raise price target
• Pfizer to sell over-the-counter version of Lipitor
• U.S. manufacturers expand faster in February
• Microsoft execs leave as Nadella takes reins
• ‘12 Years a Slave’ wins best picture
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• Arends: West ignored these red flags
• Ukraine instability pulls wheat prices higher
• Ukraine seeks $15 billion rescue from IMF
• EU leaders to meet Thursday about Ukraine
• Crisis prompts Poland to think again about euro
• Ukraine might pressure grain markets
• Gazprom concerned about Ukraine gas payment
• 5 things to know about Ukraine crisis
• Ukraine by the numbers (24/7 Wall Street)
Tesla convertible bonds trade below par
Tesla had to increase bond offering last week due to strong demand.
Apple’s big push for iPhone, Siri in the car
Apple unveils CarPlay technology, which allows users new ways to use their iPhone in the car, including more capabilities for the Siri voice-recognition system.
• How iPhones could end credit-card fraud
The well is running dry for big oil
Commentary: The decline of the automobile spells trouble for fossil-fuel demand, writes Jeff Reeves.
• French new car registrations fall 1.4%
• Reeves: The end of the car is coming
What’s the next big crisis? Retirement
Commentary: New research paints a bleak future for Americans when they retire, notes Brett Arends. So why isn't anyone worried?
• Falling off the bond ladder
• 5 places to put IRA contributions on a tax return
• Want to retire? Double your savings rate
Fewer workers are delaying retirement
The picture is brightening for those full-time workers who are been pushing off the day they stop working.
Maybe the weather hasn’t hammered housing
Spending on construction was surprisingly strong early this year, thanks to a lift from home building, a promising sign for growth, according to government data released Monday.
• Investing in farm REITs: What you need to know
Hedge funds are crazy about Outerwall
A number of hedge funds buy shares of the company that operates Redbox and Coinstar.
• Paul Singer is betting on this stock
• Hedge fund Prentice Capital's top stock picks
• Cash-rich technology stock likely to outperform
Doctor visit may be a phone call
More states require insurers to cover health care by phone or Internet.
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7 cruises for people who hate cruises
These small-ship, unusual trips may tempt those who don't like cruising.
• Do cruise lines have a crime problem?
• The hottest U.S. travel destinations
• Cruises for nudists, knitters, TV fans
Ferrari’s next California T
Ferrari reveals the front-engine convertible with a new turbocharged 552-hp V8, ahead of its Geneva motor show debut.
Health-cost gap between boys, girls
Recession didn’t restrain the rising cost of health care for children, or the ender gaps.
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Retiring on $30,000 a year is manageable — if you live in a low-cost area. Here are 10 cities with affordable housing, taxes and dining and entertainment options.
Gas prices have gone up 23 of the past 24 days, and so far, that has nothing to do with the Ukraine, says Tom Kloza of GasBuddy.com and OPIS.
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