- Plans for a Bitcoin trading platform sent WPCS International's shares up 20% last night. Beta version released
- Contrarian investment strategies for 2014. Emerging markets, TIPS, commodities
- Morningstar's stock market outlook points to a thinner crop of opportunities in the year ahead, but sees more room for markets to run. Don't try to time this market
- Pimco's El-Erian warns against getting too excited about the Fed's tapering program. Artificially-inflated asset prices
- Britain will be Europe's largest economy in 15 years, but it will still be overtaken by India and Brazil, according a new study. The growth could be even faster if Britain left the European Union
- Brace yourself for the Obamacare taxes that will add insult to injury in 2014. Taxed at the plan level and beyond
- Delta Airlines plans to honor tickets sold yesterday at accidentally-low fares. Round trip to Hawaii for $6.90
- Kudos to companies that got social media right in 2013. Taco Bell does Snapchat
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