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Fiat Chrysler recalled more than 412,000 SUVs in the U.S, citing a fire hazard.
EBay is poised to profit this quarter on the strength of sales of "Star Wars" collectibles and hoverboards, an analyst said.
FedEx plans to ship packages on Christmas Day in some markets and keep FedEx Express open nationwide.
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Sanders says the Fed "has been hijacked by the very bankers it regulates." The Fiscal Times reports.
Hackers compromised nearly 100 million health-care records in 2015, IBM Security data show.
The number of Americans filing for benefits fell more than expected, nearing a 42-year low as labor market conditions continued to tighten.
A storm system called "particularly dangerous" killed at least six people, with tornadoes touching down in Indiana and Mississippi.
'Star Wars: The force awakens' not only smashed box-office records but provided a fillip to the sluggish toy industry.
As the Chesapeake stock surged over ten percent on Wednesday, analysts weigh in on whether the stock is buy or sell.
Palantir Technologies, an ultra-secretive "big data" start-up in Silicon Valley, has raised a whopping $880 million.
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Two weeks after Republican megadonor Sheldon Adelson purchased the Las Vegas newspaper, its top editor resigned. The New York Times reports.
Puerto Rico should take a page out of New York City's playbook, Alexandra Lebenthal says.
Time is running out for customers of Verizon Communications and Sprint to claim some $158 million in refunds from a settlement over mobile "cramming."
Black Lives Matter protested police killings of unarmed blacks, to show it could affect the economy on one of the busiest shopping days of the year.
A slew of funds offer investors tranches of start-ups across the tech, retail and consumer products industries.
The holidays aren't even over yet and shoppers are planning their gift returns.
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