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The number of Americans filing for benefits jumped last week, but the underlying trend continued to point to a strengthening labor market.
Donald Trump said he was "open to doing something" with the country's minimum wage.
SeaWorld Entertainment on Thursday reported a loss of $84 million in its first quarter.
There was no jackpot winner in Wednesday night's drawing, increasing the prize from $348 million to an estimated $415 million.
The world of zero interest rates is making life tough for investors, particularly in the bond market.
Merck reported better-than-expected profit in the first quarter, driven by higher sales of its diabetes drug Januvia and heart drug Zetia.
Magazine publisher Time Inc.'s quarterly revenue rose for the first time in six quarters, helped by acquisitions in its digital business.
Aeropostale has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, becoming the latest victim in the fast-changing retail landscape.
Tesla met Wall Street's quarterly estimates and said it moved up its 500,000 unit build target by two years because of Model 3 demand.
A 10-year-old hacker from Finland won $10,000 from Facebook after alerting the tech giant to a security flaw in its photo-sharing service, Instagram.
Silicon Valley is coming to terms with a new type of disruption: Donald Trump as the Republican Party's presumptive presidential nominee.
The Rolling Stones have asked presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to stop playing their songs at his campaign events.
The top ten most prestigious universities are mainly located in the U.S., according to new rankings out this week.
Tribune Publishing said on Wednesday its board unanimously rejected Gannett's unsolicited takeover offer.
The hacker who first exposed Hillary Clinton's private email address is saying he gained access to her server. NBC News reports.
Eli Manning spoke at the SOHN Conference on Tuesday and spoke about his charitable work with young cancer patients.
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