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With the "American dream" in tatters, only a return to democratic traditions and investment will restore greatness, Oliver Bäte writes.
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One chief investment officer told CNBC's "Power Lunch" that there is still a market for Apple in developing countries.
General Dynamics' Gulfstream business is seeing more turbulence even as the company's top exec painted a brighter outlook ahead.
Sen. Bernie Sanders issued a letter to the Justice Department, asking it to block the AT&T-Time Warner merger.
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For many, Theranos and Elizabeth Holmes represented a promise that disease could be caught sooner, NBC News reports.
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China is currently the leading source of Asian corporate defaults, but it hasn't always been that way.
New Zealand is the world's easiest place to do business, the World Bank found, pushing Singapore out of its decade-long top spot.
The World Series between the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians could be the last in which balls and strikes are called by a homeplate umpire.
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