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Deep Dive: 10 fast-growing companies in the hottest small-cap stock sector

These companies are screened for increasing sales and improving profit margins.

Need to Know: Meet ‘green gold’ — and the stock for betting on it

The Dow is working on getting comfortable back above the 25,000 mark, as lots of people scratch their heads over North Korea, Iran and the Cavs-Celtics series. In these topsy-turvy times, at least we

Tesla stock jumps after analyst says it could surge more than 70%

Tesla shares rose to their highest in more than a month on a bullish note, and a boost from Elon Musk, who gave more details about an amped-up version of the Model 3.

PayPal’s iZettle purchase is likely to be followed by a lot more fintech M&A

Despite high valuations for both private and public financial-technology companies, expect to see more deal activity in the payments sector.

Next Avenue: Alexa: Give me a ride to my doctor’s appointment

Voice-first technology could make a big difference in letting older adults age with independence.

The Wall Street Journal: China to cut import tariff on autos to 15% from 25%

China will reduce its tariff on imported autos to 15% from 25% starting July 1. China’s import tariff on auto parts will also be cut to 6%, down from between 8% and 25%.

Market Snapshot: Dow aims for fresh move past 25,000 as yield and dollar climb pauses

Dow futures pointed to a fresh move above 25,000 for the blue-chip index as investors continued to cheer signs of easing tensions between the U.S. and China.

London Markets: U.K. stocks hang onto all-time high with BOE hearing in focus

U.K. stocks struggle for direction early on Tuesday, a day after scoring an all-time closing high, as traders wait for fresh catalysts to give the market direction — something comments from Bank of

In One Chart: Why the American Dream of owning a big home is way overrated, in one chart

From 1978 through 2015, the median size of the single-family home increased every year until it peaked at 2,467 square feet, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Then, in 2016, that number began to

Europe Markets: European stocks inch higher as Italy tensions ease for now

European stocks moved cautiously higher on Tuesday, with those in Italy among biggest advancers as the country’s president mulled over the populists’ choice for a prime minister to lead their

The New York Post: Trump shrugs off efforts to protect his iPhones, report says — and that leaves door open to hackers

President Trump has rebuffed attempts to make his phones more secure because he claims it is “too inconvenient,” according to a Politco report.

Outside the Box: All financial advice includes conflicts of interest (even a fee-only service), so invest with eyes wide open

Conflicts go beyond paying commissions or a percentage of assets under management, and you need to look out for your own interests.

Outside the Box: Jeering Trump’s ‘parade of scandals’ isn’t enough for Democrats to win elections

This ‘common man’ president in fact governs for the elite, writes Chris Edelson.

Mark Hulbert: Here’s what the Russell 2000’s new high means for the S&P 500

Bulls shouldn’t get too excited about smaller stocks’ rally, writes Mark Hulbert.

Eight energy stocks to buy as oil prices keep climbing

Energy companies will rake in profits and reduce debt, making their shares more attractive, says Michael Brush.

Grow: 4 lessons to learn from boomers who did it the hard way

Here’s some financial hindsight from people who’ve been in the trenches for decades.

The Wall Street Journal: Sony to buy Mubadala’s stake in EMI Music for about $2.3 billion

Sony Corp. has agreed to buy Mubadala Investment Co.’s stake in EMI Music Publishing, which owns or administers over 2 million songs.

The Wall Street Journal: Adobe bolsters its platform with Magento acquisition

Adobe Systems Inc., the elder software-business statesman behind photo-editing software Photoshop and PDF reader, is buying e-commerce firm Magento Commerce for $1.68 billion, adding a key piece to

There’s a ‘decent probability’ bitcoin goes to zero, says Vanguard economist

A senior economist at the Vanguard Group, the $5 trillion investment fund, is the latest market participant to pour cold water on the No. 1 digital currency.

The Wall Street Journal: Trump donor hired Michael Cohen to seek Qatar investment in nuclear plant

President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer helped a major donor to Trump’s inauguration pitch a nuclear-power investment to the Qatari sovereign wealth fund at a meeting in April, according to people