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A firm upgraded Amazon to buy from hold, also initiating a price target of $1,100 per share.
In America, 44 million people have student debt, and 8 million of those borrowers are in default.
Ukraine's central bank Governor Valeria Gontareva tendered her resignation on Monday following a hate campaign and even death threats at a time when the country is enduring a deep recession.
The federal prison bureau's problems including sub-par inmate care didn't cut top employees' bonuses, USA Today reports.
Toyota says it's investing $1.3 billion to retool its sprawling Georgetown, Kentucky, factory where its flagship Camry sedans are built.
The influence of the newest Supreme Court justice, Neil Gorsuch, is likely to have an immediate effect on one of the most important cases yet to be heard.
A group of Twitter diehards started a petition encouraging the company to sell itself to its users, which would essentially turn Twitter into a co-op.
Twitter's top executives are very well paid, but that still didn't stop many from leaving the struggling social communications company.
Swift Transportation is merging with Knight Transportation in a share swap that would combine two of the biggest U.S. trucking operators.
Oreo cookie maker Mondelez is thinking about replacing for longtime CEO Irene Rosenfeld, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.
Some of the most popular brands among teens are Snapchat, Chick-fil-A, Amazon, Nike, and Starbucks, a new survey shows.
Barclays has announced CEO Jes Staley is being investigated by two U.K. regulators regarding his individual conduct after he attempted to identify a whistleblower at the bank in 2016.
Google Inc has offered to invest at least 1 trillion won to help South Korea's LG Display Co Ltd boost output of OLED screens for smartphones.
Hungarians rose up in one of the largest protests against the seven-year rule of right-wing Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Sunday, protesting against new legislation that could force out of the country one of its top international universities.
The U.S. missile attack on Syria is unlikely to deter North Korea's nuclear-weapons development and could embolden the regime in Pyongyang.
In 2016, airlines posted their best numbers ever in critical areas like baggage handling and denied boardings.
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On your next trip out o town, you might want to consider a luggage scooter, a $230 travel bag, or a jellybean scented purse.
K.T. McFarland is leaving her post and is expected to be tapped to become US ambassador to Singapore, The AP reports.
The key to success is often information gathering, Gurley said on Thursday from the LAUNCH Festival in San Francisco.
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On Nordstrom's website you can now buy your own pair of mud-covered jeans. No work in the dirt is required.
Goldman Sachs discovered the perfect time to buy Amazon shares is when CEO Jeff Bezos takes out his wallet.
The battle between Buffalo Wild Wings and activist investors at Marcato Capital Management continued to rage on Tuesday.
Jim Cramer says Canada-based pipeline company Enbridge stands to seriously benefit from the president's initiatives.
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