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Lockheed Martin makes its combat ship more lethal as new Navy competition heats up

Lockheed's strategy is aimed at silencing critics and snagging more orders, as well as helping it win a key Navy contract.

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Why Harvard-Yale football is more than just a game

The Harvard-Yale football game most likely is the largest gathering of the world's present and future richest and most powerful people, says Jake Novak.

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Cramer’s Exec Cut: The consumer trends business leaders have their eyes on—and you should too

Jim Cramer talked bitcoin, allergies, millennials and more to see how executives are shaping their businesses to meet the needs of modern consumers.

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Homeownership doesn't build wealth, study finds

Even with high rents, consumers will build more wealth by investing and not owning a home, a study shows.

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"Fast Money" final trades: SBUX, SQ and more

The “Fast Money” traders share their final trades for the day including Starbucks, Square, Alibaba and Honeywell.

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Black Friday week usually pushes retail stocks into the black, history shows

The S&P 500 Retail ETF was climbing more than 2.5 percent Friday afternoon, making up for recent losses. History shows that should continue next week.

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Two bills in Congress could impact Google and Facebook ad sales

Of two bills that could crimp ad growth for Facebook and Google, the lower-profile will hit first and could hurt more

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SailPoint IPO jumps more than 20% as companies focus on cybersecurity

The company is riding a wave of interest in network security after several big data breaches.

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Laser weapons developers 'riding the wave' created by Tesla, other battery innovators

The U.S. military can thank battery pioneers such as Tesla for helping to make laser weapons smaller and more efficient, say experts.

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The surprising ways student loans can affect your sex life

Student loans can affect more than your bank account: They can damage your relationship, new data shows.

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