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The Consumer Confidence Index rebounded from September and beat estimates with a report of 94.5 in October.
Some doctors are limiting new patients who have Affordable Care Act plans because they often have lower reimbursement rates. USA Today reports.
YouTube is in the early stages of exploring new subscription services, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki told Re/code at Monday's Code/Mobile conference.
HBO is planning to lay off over 150 employees beginning as early as this week, Variety reports.
New orders for capital goods recorded their biggest drop in eight months in September, but the decline was likely to be temporary as sentiment has been upbeat.
Tesla's CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter to shoot down a Wall Street Journal article, calling the sales figures quoted in the article "incorrect."
Apple CEO Tim Cook said he will discuss a possible partnership with China's e-commerce giant Alibaba some time later this week.
BP increased dividends as it saw a jump in operating cash flow, despite lower oil prices and a drop in contributions from Russia.
Honda Motor reported a 4.1 percent fall in second-quarter profit, as it struggles with product recalls that could delay the development of new models.
Despite lackluster sales, General Motors is not backing down from its commitment to the Chevy Volt.
According to a report in the Telegraph, Suzuki's critics have uncovered evidence he lied about being a ward of Albert Einstein (a big violin fan).
A subsection of costumes sold on Walmart on Monday morning was listed under the category, 'Fat Girl Costumes.'
A couple of old-tech stocks offered a good deal of value, portfolio manager Matthew McLennan says.
Speculation is increasing that the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries will reverse course and cut production at its Thanksgiving meeting.
Interest rates will not only remain low, but could soon hit a ceiling in the near term, says Wall Street pro Scott Minerd.
What does the future of Apple Pay look like as rivals threaten to steal customers?
Steve Ballmer stands to gain as much as $1 billion in tax benefits as a result of his $2 billion purchase of the LA Clippers. FT reports.
Drugmakers are racing to develop vaccines and drugs to address Ebola, betting that governments and aid groups will foot the bill.
Mobile wallet Apple Pay has been available for only one week but may be inciting a battle in the payments industry. The NYT reports.
Beyoncé and Topshop boss Philip Green have announced a 50/50 joint venture to produce an athletic brand, in the latest celebrity tie-up.
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