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Since it emerged from bankruptcy reorganization, Detroit's economic revival has attracted a range of public and private investment opportunities.
If history repeats, stocks could be in for a sweet end to the year.
The Supreme Court will kick off the 2016-17 term with arguments on cases involving insider trading and the "patent wars" between Samsung and Apple.
Cloud company Nutanix scrambled to avoid a situation that has increasingly marred tech IPOs: a price that is below the private funding round.
The train that crashed into NJ Transit's Hoboken Terminal was not equipped with the train control technology that could have prevented the crash.
Donald Trump's nasty feud with the former Miss Universe who claims he once called her "Miss Piggy" and "Miss Housekeeping" shows no sign of abating.
U.S. health officials recommended that pregnant women postpone nonessential travel to 11 Southeast Asian countries because of the risk of Zika.
Alcoa said its split into two publicly traded companies is expected to be effective Nov. 1, after the company's board approved the separation.
Salesforce called on EU regulators on Thursday to investigate antitrust issues related to Microsoft's $26 billion bid for social network LinkedIn.
Hillary Clinton said on Thursday her opponent, Donald Trump, may have violated U.S. law by reportedly attempting to do business in Cuba.
IBM said on Thursday that it was buying the Promontory Financial Group, New York Times reports.
Lawmakers are venting outrage over high prescription drug costs, but members might want to look in the mirror, NBC News reports.
A new study says artificial intelligence could dramatically boost economic growth and productivity.
Wells Fargo Bank has agreed to pay more than $4.1 million to resolve allegations it illegally repossessed cars owned by military members.
President Obama signed a funding bill passed by Congress that will keep the government operating until Dec. 9
The train that crashed in Hoboken on Thursday was not equipped with technology that could have prevented it, NBC News reports.
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