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Settlement talks between Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman and controlling shareholder Sumner Redstone have resumed after weeks of stops and starts.
Responding to requests from House Republicans, the FBI planned to send members of Congress the notes. NBC News reports.
The briefing will take place in New York at a secure FBI facility, a federal official told NBC.
Aetna says it will offer individual Affordable Care Act exchange plans in just four states, down from 15 this year, to reduce its losses.
Home Depot Tuesday reported earnings and revenue that fell roughly in line with Wall Street's estimates.
Shares of Hain Celestial plummeted after it said it's delaying the release of fourth-quarter results while it evaluates its financial reporting.
U.S. industrial production rose more than expected in July, according to Federal Reserve data released on Tuesday.
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Shares of Praxair jumped Tuesday after confirmation the U.S. firm was in talks for a potential merger with German industrial gases group Linde.
American International Group said on Monday it would sell its mortgage-guaranty unit to Arch Capital for about $3.4 billion.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich needs to wean the company off its PC dependence, ride the next wave of innovation, and avoid a repeat of its mobile misses.
The idea of central banks creating wealth by boosting asset values through low interest rates may prove costly for retirees, AIG's Doug Dachille says.
American Apparel might pull up its Los Angeles roots and head east, sources told the New York Post.
Nike faces the challenge of designing products that work for Olympic athletes, and for everyday consumers.
A day after warning stocks appeared to be nearing a stall, Art Cashin says the market is churning in a narrow band of resistance.
At a time when some of Wall Street's biggest names are heading for the exits, retail investors are betting they're wrong.
A handful of stocks have surged more than 30 percent off their 200-day moving average — but the conditions shouldn't deter investors from piling in, according to one trader.
TJX forecast current-quarter profit below estimates, due to wage increases and a strong dollar, which eroded revenue from outside the United States.
Chipotle Mexican Grill has begun looking for a new board member in hopes that it can placate investors and jump start the burrito chain's turnaround.
The number of credit-card accounts is rising, thanks to riskier borrowers gaining access to credit again.
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Trump spoke on immigration, the media, the economy and executive orders during his first solo press conference as president.
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