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Powerball jackpot reaches $700 million, second-largest prize ever

Federal tax withholding on the $443.3 million lump sum would be roughly $110.8 million.

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13 ways successful people get more done than the average person

You won't ever get to where you want to be if you can't get things done consistently, writes business strategist Dan Waldschmidt.

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How this ex-Google employee got Mark Cuban to bankroll her A.I. start-up

This CEO landed a 'shark' without ever stepping in the tank.

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The most expensive Porsche ever sold fetches $14 million at Pebble Beach

The car auctions in Pebble Beach over the weekend were stronger than expected, with $327 million in sales, but still below last year’s total.

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Powerball jackpot reaches $700 million, second-largest prize ever

The Powerball jackpot is now $700 million, after Saturday's drawing failed to yield a winner for the top prize.

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Gary Cohn has one very good reason for not bailing on Trump

If Gary Cohn ever wants to head the Federal Reserve, then he's likely to stay right where he is in the Trump administration.

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Alibaba earnings growth trajectory looks good: Analyst

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba's profits and valuations look "more sustainable than ever", says Gil Luria of D.A. Davidson & Co.

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Gary Cohn is suddenly the most important person in Washington and on Wall Street

Here's why President Trump needs economic advisor Gary Cohen more than ever, says Jake Novak.

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Ron Insana: In 'three Americas,' Wall Street, Main Street and Washington ever more divided

The stock market is at all-time highs and corporate profits are strong, but Main Street isn't feeling the benefit and Washington is mired in dysfunction.

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Investment pros seeing market as overvalued hits record high

A net 46 percent of respondents to the latest BofAML Fund Manager Survey consider stocks "overvalued," the biggest gap ever recorded.

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