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UnitedHealth reported third-quarter earnings of $1.6 billion, and said it expects full-year earnings to be $5.60 to $5.65 per share.
Warren Buffett, the legendary investor and chairman and chief executive of Berkshire Hathaway, has cut the company’s stake in UK supermarket Tesco.
Mattel reported a 21.5 percent drop in profit as demand for its billion-dollar brands, Barbie and Fisher-Price, slipped further.
Myanmar faces a familiar rite-of-passage for frontier markets: a major Western fast-food chain is poised to set up shop despite widespread poverty.
Netflix reported earnings of 96 cents per share on revenue of $1.41 billion. Net adds were lower than expected.
Meredith Corp. will take over ad sales, circulation and production of Martha Stewart Living and Martha Stewart Weddings magazines.
Despite better-than-expected results from many banks, financials was the worst-performing sector on Wednesday morning.
If history is any indication, stocks are likely to keep falling, technician Carter Worth argues.
Stock markets around the world were in or near correction territory (a 10 percent drop) on Wednesday.
The Ebola outbreak rages on. But there is no vaccine for this deadly disease, raising questions if the world is prepared for an epidemic.
Qualcomm has struck a deal to buy British chipmaker CSR for $2.5 billion, giving it access to technology that can connect devices over the Internet.
The S&P 500 Energy Sector was down a little less than the broader S&P 500 Index on Wednesday, and both were off earlier lows.
If scary markets frighten you as much as scary movies, then you might want to keep your hands over your eyes for a while longer.
Gold prices turned higher, shrugging off early-morning losses, after a trio of weak U.S. economic reports boosted hopes of a prolonged period of low interest rates from the Fed.
As oil continues its spiral downward, how much further can it go?
Multinational giants BMW, Samsung and Unilever are among companies recognized for their green credentials, according to a new index.
A new scandal has erupted at Citigroup's Mexican unit, the NYT reports.
A Chinese drug maker with close military ties is seeking fast-track approval for a drug that it says can cure Ebola.
Market analysts explain what to anticipate from Netflix's quarterly results.
Will Marvin Ellison help the beaten retailer make a comeback?
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