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Iran's IRGC said it has released 10 American sailors who it had detained a day earlier, according to the Guards' statement.
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The NFL's St. Louis Rams are approved to move to Los Angeles and the San Diego Chargers have the option to join them.
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MetLife announced Tuesday that it plans to separate its U.S. life insurance unit — the largest in the country.
A federal judge has agreed to further delay a class-action settlement involving Remington rifles to allow more time to develop a better plan to alert the public.
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Tom Fanning, Southern Company CEO, shares his thoughts on Scott Pruitt as head of the Environmental Protection Agency, and changes in U.S. energy policy under a Trump administration.
Michael Tyler, Eastern Bank Wealth Management, and Mark Luschini, Janney Montgomery Scott, weigh in on whether stocks are ripe for a correction. I think "peeling back" the market five to ten percent would be rational, says Luschini.
William Studebaker, Robo Global president & CIO, discusses how automation technology in the workplace is presenting opportunities for investors.