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Automatic Data Processing on Wednesday reported fiscal second-quarter profit of $331.5 million.
Take-Two said it now expects adjusted revenue of $1.65 billion to $1.70 billion, up from its previous forecast of $1.4 billion to $1.5 billion.
National Oilwell Varco warned of a severe downturn in its business after orders for its drilling parts plunged nearly 90 percent.
Muni bond issuance soared past $27 billion for the biggest January in five years and a harbinger that the market could be in for a huge year.
Human activity, such as burning coal, may be at fault for rising mercury levels in fish, and some species may soon be too hazardous to eat.
Discounts on Gilead's hepatitis C drugs this year will be 46 percent, way more than investors and analysts expected.
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Compliance costs, competition from "robo-advisors' and tempering clients' taste for risk are challenges for many advisors this year.
Private sector employment increased by a less-than-expected 213,000 jobs in January, according to a report from ADP.
General Motors on Wednesday posted fourth-quarter earnings far above analysts' expectations even as recall costs hit North American profit margins.
Former General Electric chief Jack Welch tells CNBC the Federal Reserve would be "crazy" to increase interest rates in the near future.
Seven people were killed and a dozen injured when a New York commuter train struck a car near suburban White Plains, sparking an explosion and a fire.
Macy's announced on Tuesday that is would purchase beauty products retailer Bluemercury for $210 million.
The results did not meet Wall Street expectations, and its shares dropped in premarket trade.
Conrad Hilton was charged on Tuesday with interfering with British Airways flight crew members last July, NBC News reports.
Whirlpool on Wednesday said its fourth-quarter profit fell due to costs from recent acquisitions, but excluding costs, the results beat expectations.
Service sector growth modestly in January, though companies reported the weakest level of new business growth in more than five years, data showed.
Mortgage activity took a slight breather last week, but applications for government-backed loans are on a tear.
Staples to buy competitor Office Depot in deal that would create an office-supply giant, Reuters reports.
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