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Bespoke Luxury Submarine Awaits Its Inaugural Honeymoon Couple

Snuggle by a stunning coral reef or pull up beside a sunken ship -- but first tell Oliver's Travels how you want your vessel styled.

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    Kurt Cobain wasn't on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame stage because he took heroin for his stomach pain and killed himself. Courtney Love still has nothing to do with that.

  • 5 Cities Where Records Still Rule

    Record Store Day brings out the buyers in droves, but it's just another day of selling vinyl for Memphis, Boston, Austin, Portland and Baltimore.

  • Sozzi: How the Beastly New Chevy Camaro Z28 Became Beastly

    We had the pleasure of chatting with General Motors' Mark Dickens, Director of Performance Vehicles, who has been an integral member of the development team for the new Camaro Z28, with the New York International Auto Show in full effect.

  • Good Friday Is a Bad Deal for Travelers

    Easter weekend may seem like an ideal time to get away if you have Friday off, but there are a whole lot of holiday-celebrating families poking holes in that theory.

  • Sozzi: Pepsi's Sports Marketing Magic, Uncovered

    We go behind the scenes with a top PepsiCo executive to learn more about the company's sports marketing magic. You would be surprised to know how it works.

Investing Tips
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    Weibo, often referred to as the Chinese version of Twitter TWTR, will begin trading on the Nasdaq Global Select Market after the company priced its initial public offering at the low end of its expected range.

  • Lending Club Picks Up IPO-Breed of Investors

    Peer-to-peer lender Lending Club said on Thursday it has picked up the type of investors it would want when the company is taken public, after raising $65 million from T. Rowe Price, Wellington Management, Blackrock and Sands Capital

  • Platform Hunts For Deals After Chemtura AgroSolutions Acquisition

    Platform Specialty Products, a specialty chemical company that was born from a special purpose acquisition vehicle founded by Jarden chairman Martin Franklin, said on Thursday it will buy Chemtura AgroSolutions from Chemtura for $1 billion in cash and stock.

  • Weibo Faces the Wall Street Bears

    Here's comes the Weibo IPO with an incredibly shrinking price tag. It says more about Twitter than it does Alibaba.

  • Travelocity Owner Sabre Holdings Returns to Wall Street After IPO

    Though Sabre Holdings priced its initial public offering below what it expected, that's not worrying CFO Rick Simonson, who's looking to the long haul for the technology provider to the global travel and tourism industry.