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United Continental on Wednesday announced changes to its board of directors and a settlement agreement with two activist investors.
Coca-Cola's quarterly sales fell 4 percent, marking a year of decline, as a strong dollar eroded the value of sales in markets outside the U.S.
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Jim Cramer analyzed why IBM and Netflix were put through the meat grinder this week.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch reversed its five-year long negative view on emerging markets, partly based on its view of a stabilizing China.
As stock markets top their highs for the year, stocks that track them — like banks — suddenly look pretty interesting, said the "Fast Money" traders.
No agreement in Doha, but the oil market is trading up. Barclays' Cohen joined CNBC to discuss oil’s current supply and demand balance.
If stocks break out to new highs, analysts say it's likely to be earnings news that will take them there.
Jim Cramer says stocks are not hitting top or bottom, they are in a trough.
One savvy trader says news highs could be coming for Microsoft.
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Shares of IBM fell more than 6 percent, taking the major U.S. stock indexes off their session highs.
A number of stocks have helped the Dow make its push back toward record-high levels.
Amazon untying video streaming from its Prime service means the company is looking for a showdown with Netflix, according to Breakingviews.
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