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A convention floor fight and allegations of plagiarism marred the first day of the Republican National Convention, Sara Fagen says.
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Final bids for the company's internet business were expected Monday, but no news came out of the company's fiscal second-quarter earnings.
A United Airlines jetliner bound for Boston returned to the gate at New Jersey's Newark Liberty International Airport after reports of engine smoke.
Housing starts rose more than expected, but a revision to the prior month's data pointed to a housing sector treading water in the second quarter.
Johnson & Johnson reported a 3.9 percent increase in second-quarter sales, helped by strength in its pharmaceuticals business.
UnitedHealth reported a better-than-expected profit due to strength in its benefit management business, and technology and consulting divisions.
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Lew defends the Obama administration's economic record, insisting that the past eight years have seen real gains.
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Jim Cramer broke down his thoughts on how you should approach investing under the coming Trump administration.
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