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United Technologies is reportedly in talks to buy residential products maker Nortek, which sent its shares spiking.
Patients with early-stage breast cancer may not require a lumpectomy or a mastectomy so early on, reports The New York Times.
"We're seeing the most sales activity we have in decades, and a high percentage are baby boomers," the NYT reports.
American Eagle shares continued to slide on Thursday, though analysts were quick to call the selloff overdone.
McDonald's has kicked its advertising efforts up a notch by taking to Tinder, the Daily Mail reported.
The company said Thursday it'll let advertisers share promoted videos and promoted tweets to the full 700 million people in its MoPub network.
A growing consensus of market experts believes the Fed will increase rates in September. Traders in fed futures, though, tell a different story.
Former President Jimmy Carter is slated to begin radiation treatment for several melanoma spots on his, NBC News reports.
U.S. home resales rose more than expected in July to their highest level since 2007, a sign the U.S. housing market was heating up.
The Philadelphia Federal Reserve said its business activity index hit 8.3 in August compared with 5.7 the month before.
An indicator of U.S. economic activity declined in July, missing analyst expectations and suggesting some trouble for the economic outlook ahead.
Sears reported a profit thanks to a one-off gain from the sale of stores, but the struggling retailer's sales continued to decline.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals is nearing a deal to pay $1 billion for Sprout Pharmaceuticals.
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A crew off the coast of Florida scooped up 350 gold coins, worth $4.5 million, lost in a 1715 shipwreck, Florida Today reported.
Airfares in July declined by the largest amount seen in 20 years, but will the savings continue for travelers?
Only one person, an American doctor, has actually been arrested in a sprawling conspiracy and smuggling indictment.
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Apple said 21 percent of Apple Music trial users dumped the service, in contrast to a study which puts that number at 48 percent.
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