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The death of the CD industry is leaving millions of audiophile holdouts in the lurch

It's been more than 15 years since the heyday of CD sales, the shiny little discs still has a fan base.

Apple topped the Swiss in holiday watch shipments

Apple Watch may not be an iPhone-like success, but in its industry, it's becoming a standout hit.

Dow plunges more than 1,000 points, enters a correction

Stocks have failed to hold a strong rebound since Friday.

Here are the biggest one-day point drops in the Dow’s history

Stocks are tumbling today. Here's how the carnage compares to the worst days for the Dow in history.

Apple’s making more money off the iPhone — even as it sold fewer of them

The iPhone X helped boost the average price consumers paid for Apple's smartphones — leading to a revenue surge.

The Eagles are one of 13 NFL teams that have never won a Super Bowl

The New England Patriots are trying to become the second team to win six Super Bowls.

Stock market hedging as we know it is broken — but there’s a new way to protect against a meltdown

BI PRIME: Hedging methods that have worked for years have broken down, leaving investors wondering how they can protect their gains from a market meltdown.
U.S. President Donald Trump reacts as he sits on a truck while he welcomes truckers and CEOs to attend a meeting regarding healthcare at the White House in Washington, U.S., March 23, 2017.

One of Wall Street’s most-followed forecasters has a wild new prediction for the US economy

The Atlanta Fed's GDP model forecasts 5.4% growth in the first quarter.

Nintendo Switch is on track to sell 20 million units in 2018

With close to 15 million units sold in the first 10 months, the Nintendo Switch has already outsold the Wii U in its entire five-year lifetime on the market.

Traders betting against healthcare firms made $294 million in a single day after the Amazon-JPMorgan-Berkshire Hathaway mega-announcement

Trader betting on declines in a managed healthcare ETF made $294 million on Tuesday as Amazon, JPMorgan, and Berkshire Hathaway's collaboration led a selloff.