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Hold Apple because it will be a major beneficiary under Trump, Jim Cramer says.
Investment banking fees fell in 2016, dragged down by a 23 percent fall in equity capital market fees.
Trump gave no indication of how he might roll back North Korea's weapons programs after he takes office on Jan. 20.
Amazon.com shipped 50 percent more items this holiday season than last for third-party vendors and doubled the amount for 2016 overall.
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Mortgage interest rates came down slightly to end the year, but not enough to end the bleeding in the home-loan market.
Manhattan real estate sputtered in the fourth quarter, as inflated prices and rising inventories continued to weigh on the high-end market.
Jay Clayton has specialized in public and private mergers and has an expertise in capital market offerings.
After Donald Trump blasted General Motors and Ford canceled plans to build a $1.6 billion plant in Mexico, Paul Ingrassia had a warning for the industry.
While the president-elect slapped GM and Ford for making cars in Mexico, they are not that country's biggest automotive export.
This will be her second tour of duty at the White House — she worked in the office of Vice President Al Gore during the Clinton Administration.
Earnings will drive the market higher this year, Scott Clemons says.
The Facebook CEO said Tuesday his challenge for 2017 is to visit and meet people in every state by the end of the year, USA Today reports.
Tesla delivered 76,230 vehicles in 2016, just slightly below the 80,000 the company had set as a target for the year.
The outlook for agricultural commodities is seen as improved in 2017 despite demand risk that could pressure corn and soybeans.
A top Republican senator has set an Obamacare repeal effort in motion, with no replacement plan proposed as yet.
Early adopters of these employer-sponsored plans now express doubts about their effectiveness. Here’s what you can do to maximize yours.
Intel has been investing heavily in things like computer vision, sports technology and virtual reality, reports Recode.
American banks likely will have a new chief regulator soon, with one of the most likely candidates a welcome name to Wall Street.
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