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The JPMorgan health care conference hadn't even officially begun when the first big piece of news of the week hit: Irish drugmaker Shire said Sunday morning it's purchasing orphan-drug company NPS Pharmaceuticals for $5.2 billion.
Why banks that have exuberantly extended credit to oil companies may feel the pinch of tanking oil.
The economies of almost all U.S. counties grew last year, yet few returned to the health they reached before the recession.
Best Buy shares could rise 20 percent this year to $45 a share, and even beyond, Barron's reported in its Jan. 12 edition.
Dollar Tree said it expects to divest less than 300 stores to buy larger rival Family Dollar Stores.
How a 28-year-old became Brown-Forman's master taster of whiskey and bourbon.
President Obama will be previewing more proposals he will outline in his State of the Union address, including cybersecurity.
Coming of age tale "Boyhood" won the coveted Golden Globe for best drama, while the quirky period caper "The Grand Budapest Hotel" was won best comedy.
GM CEO Mary Barra told CNBC the Chevy Bolt was years in the making and "an affordable solution" in the electric car market.
Job kept the pace in December, with the U.S. economy creating 252,000 jobs to close out the year, while the unemployment rate dropped to 5.6 percent.
In a closely watched case, Nebraska's top court tossed a suit challenging a route for the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Chicago Fed President Charles Evans tells CNBC he'd be patient on raising interest rates.
More than 8 million people would stop buying health insurance if the Supreme Court rules that HealthCare.gov subsidies are illegal, two studies warn.
U.S. stocks are trading at their highest level relative to earnings since WWII, according to a measure from Jim Paulsen of Wells Capital Management.
Synergy Resources reported fiscal first-quarter earnings more than tripled to $21.2 million.
Helen of Troy reported fiscal third-quarter profit climbed by 48 percent to $55.4 million.
Gap that a key revenue metric rose 3 percent for the holiday period, as surging sales at its Old Navy chain offset sluggish business at Gap.
Acuity Brands on Friday reported fiscal first-quarter net income climbed by 16 percent to $51.1 million.
Infosys shares rose after it reaffirmed its full-year sales target, thanks to healthy demand that helped offset the impact of a stronger dollar.
Ruby Tuesday on Thursday said its loss narrowed to $9.3 million in its fiscal second quarter.
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