Intrade is taking bets on whether embattled Brian Moynihan will be out by June.
The metal's price has skyrocketed 28% this year, and one trader owns a huge chunk of it.
Bloomberg says Amazon could sell more than 8 million e-readers this year.
One observer gives his reasons for not wanting one yet.
Banks are paying bigger salaries and cutting back on bonuses. And that can hit employees hard.
The company is finding that a television service with multiple hardware partners is not easy to develop.
Don't even think about shorting it, Reed Hastings writes in response to a fund manager's doubts.
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