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Price increases on life-saving EpiPens have parents outraged — but the CEO of the company that makes them said no one's more frustrated than her.
The Clinton campaign is promising to pay for Hillary Clinton's flight aboard Air Force One with President Obama for a campaign appearance last month.
Peter Thiel, PayPal's co-founder and an early investor in Facebook, once gave Mark Zuckerberg a timeless piece of advice.
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To understand and track Trump's views, we've compiled a list of his past and present positions on issues since he announced his candidacy.
Sean Stewart is likely to go to jail after his father, who made $150,000 from trading on tips passed by his son, refused to testify in his defense.
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Apple's ability to innovate is a major question for investors as they look back on Tim Cook's five-year tenure.
The three-month London Interbank Offered Rate — more commonly known as Libor — is around the highest level it's been since May 2009.
Wednesday is the anniversary of the Aug. 24 'flash crash,' in which the Dow fell 1,000 points in early trading. It's not the first time the markets have crashed.
Positive jobs reports and fears over losing credibility will lead the Federal Reserve to hike interest rates in September, Robert Martin says.