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Long-Term Investors Take Note -- These 5 Big Pharma Companies Have the Best PipelinesThese drugmakers arguably have the strongest pipelines. But are they all great stocks to buy?

Is 62 the Best Age to Start Drawing Social Security?There's a lot to consider before you decide to claim your benefits early.

New details emerge on the office affair that led to Intel CEO Brian Krzanich's surprising resignation on Thursday (INTC)The office affair which sparked Intel CEO Brian Krzanich's surprise resignation on Thursday started a decade ago and ended before he became CEO in 2013, The Wall Street Journal reported. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich resigned on Thursday after it was found that he violated a company policy regarding relationships with co-workers. The relationship was with a woman who still works at Intel and started about a decade ago, sources told the Journal.

There's confusion over whether the Trump administration secretly promised Apple that iPhones wouldn't be caught in the cross fire of a trade war with China (AAPL)Apple could be one of the biggest losers in a trade war between the United States and China. The New York Times reported Monday that the Trump administration had told Apple CEO Tim Cook that no tariffs would be placed on iPhones. There are few companies with more to lose than Apple in a trade war between the United States and China.

Elon Musk talks about robots all the time, but nobody else in the auto industry does — here's why (TSLA)CB Insights used a linguistic algorithm to analyze 28 quarters of earnings calls from four automakers. GM, Ford, Daimler, and Tesla were included in the study. Tesla spends way more time talking about robots than the other three.

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