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Massachusetts approved legalized gambling three years ago. But come Tuesday, however, Bay State voters may decide they don't want it after all.
MetLife will make a final plea on Monday to U.S. regulators determined to subject it to tougher oversight.
Church & Dwight on Monday reported profit of $115.9 million in its third quarter.
Hotel, energy and financial services conglomerate Loews reported a 26 percent drop in quarterly profit, partly due to lower investment income.
Shareholders associated with the Blackstone Group are set to launch a massive secondary offering of Hilton Worldwide stock, the company said.
Thousands of people in Maine were waking up in the dark after a winter blast knocked out power and buried the state in almost two feet of snow.
A highly anticipated listing by National Commercial Bank, Saudi Arabia's largest lender, has seen strong demand.
Feeding the world's growing population is a major issue for global policy makers, and Euromonitor thinks it has the answer: insects.
Advisors say a crucial step in providing for future care of a special needs child is ensuring enough money goes into a special needs trust.
Equity prices are on a long-term climb, according to Dennis Gartman, who now admits he was wrong in calling a bear market two weeks ago.
Ryanair hiked its profit forecast by 18 percent on better-than-expected winter bookings and said it would cut fares by up to 10 percent in the spring.
Argentina has accused Procter & Gamble of tax fraud and said it suspended its operations in the South American country.
U.S. small businesses boosted borrowing in September to its highest level in 7½ years, according to data released Monday.
Laboratory Corp. of America said it would buy contract research company Covance for about $6.1 billion in cash and stock.
Apple is planning an investor call on Monday ahead of a potential bond sale, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing a banker working on the deal.
A handful of toss-up Senate races could hold the key to whether stocks glide through the end of the year or get hit with a fresh bout of volatility.
Driverless cars, cashless commerce, tiny mobile computers — all are hallmarks of a society where technology is proliferating rapidly.
Even big franchise chains can get into trouble. Here's how to size up an investment that could cost you a million in losses.
Had it with first class? Check out Turney Duff's guide to flying like the 1% from the "Starbucks card" option to the "I'll have what Oprah's having."
Whether recent price changes in individual insurance plans are a good or a bad thing depends on your perspective.
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