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As a heavy snowfall smothered activity around Wall St., traders worried a negative retail sales report contains bigger warnings about the economy.
With China and India set to make up 39 percent of the growth in the world economy by 2030, the Asia-Pacific region will be vital for both airlines and aircraft manufacturers.
The diet plan company's profit forecasts missed expectations, and investors are running for the door.
Growth in global smartphone revenue is expected to slow this year as cheaper devices hit the market and weigh on average selling prices, Gartner said.
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Options traders seem to think that the clothing retailer is about to report some truly awful news.
Doug Kass his sticking to his bearish guns, believing that the stock market is overvalued by about 9 percent.
The seller of gadgets, wine accessories, and furniture is in talks with firms about investing. The WSJ reports.
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Jawbone is in the process of raising $250 million in a deal that would value the company at $3.3 billion, says a source familiar with the deal.
American International Group posted earnings excluding items of $1.15 per share on revenue of $8.62 billion, beating Wall Street estimates.
Credit rating giant Moody's warns that two proposed Obamacare rule changes would be "further credit negatives for health insurers."
Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services talks about one of the reasons behind a bounce back for stocks.
Comcast's planned acquisition of Time Warner Cable may be good news for sports fans; less so for budget-conscious subscribers.
Japan offers bigger potential returns due to a supportive central bank, Stephen Parker says.
Is success being vilified in America? The successful seem to think so. A poll finds that 1 percenters no longer like to be seen as such.
Verizon announced a new set of plans that increased allowances and cut prices on data plans for smart phones and tablets,Re/Code reports.
Here's what Pershing Square's Bill Ackman thinks about a slew of companies.