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Samsung Electronics shares fell nearly 7 percent after the company urged Galaxy Note 7 users to switch off and return their devices.
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Sales are down, but cereal is still a staple in American homes. Now, one major brand is trying to give the breakfast food a decidedly hip spin.
As oil-exporting countries continue to navigate stubbornly weak crude prices, Mexico is trying to get ahead of the game by hedging its oil bets.
A few vendors are rising to the challenge of a brave new world without the headphone plug, which Apple killed with its iPhone 7 release.
Hulu has secured the rights to Ron Howard's new Beatles documentary, hoping to capture the hearts of younger fans.
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Forbes says there's a new richest man in the world. But other billionaire counters say nothing has changed.
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Twitter's board is meeting Thursday at a critical moment for the company.
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Gary Johnson, the Libertarian presidential candidate, does not know what Aleppo, the city in Syria at the center of the refugee crisis, is. NBC News reports.
Bank of America chief Brian Moynihan also tells CNBC no one sees a rapid rise in rates by the Federal Reserve or in the bond market.
Berkshire Hathaway is an attractive investment even if Warren Buffett doesn't run the company, according to Morningstar.