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More than half of Americans fear an interest rate increase would be bad for their own finances, according to retail research firm Conlumino.
Women claim that Wen, a popular celebrity-endorsed hair care product, caused their hair to fall out and severely damaged their scalps, NBC reports.
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Many of the hottest tech start-ups weren't around the last time the Fed's benchmark rate was above zero. They'd better be getting ready.
As domestic terror fears rise, presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton is set to explain how she will protect Americans, reports NBC News.
The LA Unified School District said that schools will reopen Wednesday, having earlier ordered students to stay home Tuesday after a bomb threat.
Confidence among U.S. home builders took an unexpected step backward in December, as fewer potential buyers toured their properties.
Markets expect the Fed to hike interest rates in December and as many as three more times next year, according to the CNBC Fed Survey.
Inflation pressures rose even as renewed weakness in gas prices kept overall prices in check, which could give the Fed more ammunition to raise rates.
The Fed will hike rates this week and several times in 2016, according to the latest CNBC CFO Council survey.
Tuesday night's Republican debate showcases a markedly changed race. The New York Times reports.
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Data show that 1 in 7 fund managers has never experienced a Federal Reserve rate hike in their careers.
With the Fed expected to raise interest rates on Wednesday, interest in the Fed itself is rising.
Nervous investors sent the dollar lower Tuesday ahead of what many expect to be a dovish message from the Fed, as new data shows "long dollar" is three times more crowded than any other trade.
Donating stock as a form of charity is not as popular as cash donations, but it is gaining steam — and for good reason.
“Did anyone think Inge Thulin, the CEO, was going to guide up in this environment?” Jim Cramer asks.
F5 Networks's CEO Manuel Rivelo resigned "for matters regarding personal conduct unrelated to the operations or financials of the company."
Raymond James Chief Investment Strategist Jeffrey Saut said Tuesday that stock investors should get read for a "rip your face off-type rally."
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When it comes to gold, traders including billionaire investor Mark Cuban are turning to the options market.
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