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The doctor who transplanted a heart into United CEO Oscar Munoz says the heart is functioning well and he is optimistic about a full recovery.
China volatility. Oil selling off. Geopolitical tensions. The year did not get off to a good start for investors.
Shareholders could push media company Time Warner to sell itself or spin off its lucrative HBO business, the New York Post reported late on Thursday.
Investors dumped stocks and fled for the safety of bonds in the week to Jan. 6, which saw $2.3 trillion wiped off global equity markets.
Wal-Mart faces a lawsuit claiming store employees negligently allowed an underage, drunk customer to buy a box of bullets later used in three murders.
Employers likely maintained a strong pace of hiring in December, suggesting that a sharp manufacturing-led slowdown in growth would be temporary.
Insurers of Puerto Rican bonds sued the U.S. commonwealth over its recent debt default.
The IRS is walking a thin line in trying to simultaneously screen for potentially fraudulent tax returns and issue refunds to taxpayers.
Supermodels Claudia Schiffer, Cindy Crawford and Naomi Campbell have been reunited in an ad campaign for Balmain's latest collection.
Seven tips for choosing a savings account when interest rates increase.
Panasonic and Sony have both promised to “redefine” the turntable with their latest set of high-tech music products at Las Vegas’ CES this week.
Intel is launching a new project that focuses on one element of the problem: Online abuse.
Federal agents investigating claims of copyright infringement raided a Chinese hoverboard maker's stand at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Two men from the Middle East who came to the United States as refugees were arrested on federal charges involving international terrorism.
Martin Shrekli is using a brokerage account to secure his $5 million bond to keep him out of jail as he fights fraud charges.
Beyonce is returning to the Super Bowl halftime show.
The Obama administration is looking to draw in more uninsured customers as open enrollment nears its Jan. 31 deadline.
2016 will be a tipping point for virtual reality, say analysts.
Many of Macy's issues are specific to the department store, and not signs of widespread retail frailty.
You may be losing your shirt in the stock market this week, but you could get a leg up on your home loan.
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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, pointing out the differences between herself and her opponent.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton makes her case to be the next president of the United States.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.