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A strengthening tropical depression was bearing down on Florida and the southeastern U.S. on Monday.
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JPMorgan recently loosened its dress code by allowing employees to dress in business-casual attire when appropriate.
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The average NBA finals ticket price is down in Cleveland, but up in Oakland.
Alzheimer's patients might be showing early warning signs that are missed by tests. Some researchers say they know one way to change that.
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The average expense ratio paid by fund investors hit the lowest ever as they seek out lower-cost options.
There's still a difference between the theatrical experience and streaming it online, even for the general public according to PwC.
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Jim Cramer talked to GrubHub CEO Matt Maloney about the online-food-ordering company's growth strategy for a world where people are staying home--and ordering out--more often.
Jim Cramer is gaga for video-game maker Take-Two Interactive's stock. CEO Strauss Zelnick came by "Mad Money" to talk about the company's stellar earnings and guidance even as its new "Red Dead Redemption" game was delayed until next year.