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Have you ever wished you were a scientist? Have you ever imagined yourself making a contribution to the scientific, technological and medical innovations that are taking place as the world settles into the 21st century amid all of its potential? Well you may think its too late to go back for your doctorate, but there is something you can do to help change the world in a big wayat any ageand maybe....More>>>

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Last week, news broke that Bayer (OTCPK:BAYZF) (OTCPK:BAYRY) had agreed to acquire Monsanto (NYSE:MON) in a deal valued at $128 per share, a hefty premium over where shares of the business were trading before rumors began circulating earlier this year about a potential acquisition and 25.7% above where shares of Monsanto are trading for as of the time of this writing. In this piece, I want to explore....More>>>

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Primecap Management Company is an under-the-radar adviser that doesn’t talk to the media. But it did something no other tracked fund did: it bought Tesla for less than $30 a share in 2011 and hung on to it through the stock’s explosion this year. That’s an estimated gain of 469%.

Primecap advises the Odyssey Funds, which consist of a stock fund, growth fund and aggressive....More>>>

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FOSTER CITY, Calif. Lets be honest. Just the names themselves conjure up a strange combination of excitement, caution and a bit of disbelief.

Virtual reality? Augmented reality? Or the latest variation, mixed reality? What are we supposed to make of our own, regular reality in light of all this stuff?

Truth is, once you move past the science fiction hysteria or philosophical heft....More>>>

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Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney committed multiple serious federal budget and political sins the past two weeks that would have gotten any other cabinet member from a previous presidency fired. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Ask yourself these three questions:

1. How can the director of the Office of Management and Budget make an unprecedented $2 trillion....More>>>