Take a look at some of Monday's midday movers:
Despite protests for democratic elections in Hong Kong, Beijing is unwilling to compromise. NBC News reports.
Six industries are struggling to survive the ongoing California drought, NBC News reports.
Banks are reaping bigger fees whenever customers overdraw their checking accounts or use ATMs that are not affiliated with their lender.
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A customer service representative for Yandy.com said the costumes are sold out, and it's not sure if it will restock before Halloween.
Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services says geopolitical concerns have markets on edge. Brazil's upcoming elections weigh.
How one tech start-up is using data to make car insurance cheaper.
Though U.S. stocks shaved morning declines, the stock market still appears weak, says veteran trader Art Cashin.
We've finally figured out the secret to Jeff Goldblum's enduring charm and success as an actor: really great lighting, TODAY reports.
Preet Bharara should be the next attorney general. Here's why, says University of New Mexico professor Dawinder Sidhu.
There was a time when a Yahoo-AOL deal would have created a giant so big that regulators would reject it. Not anymore.
Stocks slowly erase earlier losses despite global worries like Brazil's elections and protests in Hong Kong.
Customers love to make fun of companies, and Apple says they've only had nine complaints about bending devices.
Brazil, Hong Kong, Spain —take your pick. International uncertainty abounds, and it's spilling over into U.S. markets.
About a quarter of workers were paid below minimum wage within the last week and three-quarters said they weren't paid for overtime, NBC reports.
After the spectacular blowup and exit at Pimco, a lot of people say Bill Gross is crazy. He's many things—but crazy he is not, says Ron Insana.
The world's biggest market for java is seeing a surge in pod sales and upswing at restaurants.
Unrest in Hong Kong is spooking markets for fear it could escalate, challenging Beijing to make a measured political response.
It's time to short Amazon, argues Sterne Agee technical analyst Carter Worth.