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Goldman Sachs cut the upper end of its estimate of legal costs it may face beyond what it has set aside by more than half to $2 billion.
Starbucks announced changes to its loyalty program that will mean some customers will have to spend more money to earn free food and drinks.
Negative interest rates has become the equivalent of central bankers serving one ice cream sundae too many to the world economy, says Rick Rieder.
Niche funds, riskier but potentially outperforming traditional ETFs, let investors tilt for more income, tax efficiency or rate protection.
Apple is likely to reach a settlement with the Justice Department and avoid a lengthy court battle, Jacob Frenkel says.
Dividend stocks are beating the S&P 500 this year and usually do when markets are rocky, so it's time to make sure you have a dividend plan.
It turns out universal preschool has had major financial implications for working parents.
Lumber Liquidators shares tumbled on Monday after revised regulatory report found that wood flooring carries a higher cancer risk.
AT&T said on Monday it will partner with chipmaker Intel to test the functionality of drones on its LTE wireless network.
The industrial sector is seeing some reassuring signs of strength this month.
John Rigas, the Adelphia founder convicted over a fraud that led to the company's collapse, was released from prison because he is dying of cancer.
Regulators are examining whether an additional 70 million to 90 million Takata airbag inflators should be recalled because they may endanger drivers.
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A family visiting Kalamazoo for the weekend ended their Saturday night in a bar, where someone told them to be careful: a killer was on the loose.
With two big victories on Saturday, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump head to super Tuesday with strong momentum. Can anybody stop them?
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There's still a difference between the theatrical experience and streaming it online, even for the general public according to PwC.
Bitcoin hit a fresh record high above $2,100 on Monday with the cryptocurrency continuing its strong rally.
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James Foster, Charles River Laboratories chairman, president & CEO, at the NYSE, and Rick Geroni, Legg Mason with Terrence Murphy, Clearbridge Investments, celebrating the launch of Clearbridge ETFs at the Nasdaq, ring today's opening bells.
The New York Stock Exchange observes a moment of silence for victims of the Manchester bombing in England.
Today's bell ringers are James Foster, Charles River Laboratories chairman, president & CEO, at the NYSE, and Rick Geroni, Legg Mason with Terrence Murphy, Clearbridge Investments, celebrating the launch of Clearbridge ETFs at the Nasdaq.