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First Solar forecast sales well below estimates, and said it would slash about 1,600 jobs as it transitions to a new product ahead of schedule.
Cisco's earnings challenges will subside as new growth opportunities emerge in the U.S. and worldwide tensions ease, CEO Chuck Robbins says.
Jay Leno and Jerry Seinfeld go for a ride in a vintage 1958 Speedster.
Most people know they need home, auto and health insurance, but confusion arises with non-required coverage, such as long-term care.
Stocks have surged since Donald Trump's victory, but options trader Andrew Keene is looking to fade the move.
The banks rallied big postelection but could soon be cooling off.
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty issues a letter to President-elect Donald Trump detailing steps that she says could help Americans benefit from advances in tech.
The C-suite executives also ranked products and services, brands, and real estate as more important assets than the workforce, the Korn Ferry study found.
U.S. lawmakers should take action to ban China's state-owned firms from acquiring U.S. companies, a congressional panel said on Wednesday.
One-third of U.S. adults reported not getting recommended health care and not going to the doctor when sick because of the costs.
'It all starts with feeling that you deserve it,' Dr. Suzanne Gelb, a psychologist and life coach, tells TODAY.
By asking for Secret Service protection for family members who fly on his plane, Donald Trump can loot taxpayers, Vox reports.
On a key stretch of New York's Fifth Avenue, visions of sugarplums are being crowded out by police barricades and screaming protesters.
Next up: a report Thursday on October sales, followed by a conference call just after the market opens.
"We might want to go back to having some humans in the loop," says Walter Isaacson, president and CEO of the Aspen Institute.
As they become more dependent on each other's services, the media mogul says much larger consolidation is ahead.
Economists at the investment bank said the election reinforces their view that the Fed will raise rates three times next year.
While several challenges remain, the pockets of strength Target is seeing skew toward categories that should help power its fourth quarter.
The International Energy Agency sees U.S. coal companies cutting capacity in the next five years.
Robert Murray says Donald Trump's task will be difficult, but he's got to do it soon.
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