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A couple of reports are providing an updated outlook on El Nino conditions through March and their effects on the economy.
EOS, otherwise known as the Evolution of Smooth, is "anything but smooth," according to a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles, the TODAY show reports.
California farmers worry El Nino will bring fast and furious precipitation and damage crops and land.
British actor Alan Rickman, known for roles in "Love Actually" and the "Harry Potter" films, died at age 69. NBC News reports.
Virtual reality industry will be be bigger than TV, according to Goldman Sachs.
The US spends $80 billion a year on child welfare services, but too much goes to outdated, inefficient models.
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Activist investors and others on Wall Street are growing increasingly impatient with retailers' reluctance to close unprofitable stores.
Hypergrowth in ETF Index funds is posing a big market risk, experts warn. It's time for investors to look at diversifying their holdings.
U.S. crude futures have fallen nearly 17 percent this year and briefly dipped below $30 a barrel earlier this week.
Obama and the Republicans may differ on the state of the economy, but a new index says financial pleasure is out there.
About 40 percent of firms that will be required to file new Obamacare tax forms aren't aware of those forms.
Import prices have dropped in 16 of the last 18 months, a sign that they will continue to weigh on consumer goods prices.
The number of Americans filing for jobless claims unexpectedly rose last week, but remained below levels associated with a healthy jobs market.
Three out of five financial advisors say more than half of clients are more concerned about retirement security than last year.
The California Lottery said winning tickets for the $1.5B Powerball jackpot were sold in California, Florida and Tennessee.
Despite drastically reducing its assets last year, JPMorgan was able to eke out flat revenues in a nasty environment, CLSA's Mike Mayo says.
A loan from Goldman Sachs that helped Ted Cruz's 2012 Senate bid was not disclosed in campaign finance reports. NYT reports.
Camera maker GoPro is probably not done cutting estimates, even after a sharp warning Wednesday sent shares plunging, Goldman Sachs said.
Another well-known tech giant may be slowly encroaching on Apple's place at the top.
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