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New York state may soon enact one of the nation's toughest restrictions on short-term rentals offered on online sites.
Dick's Sporting Goods won a bankruptcy auction on Friday for the U.S. business of Golfsmith International Holdings.
Video games voice-over actors went on strike over pay and employer refusal to tell them what games they will be working on ahead of time.
Trump asked a judge to bar accusations about his personal conduct from an upcoming civil trial involving Trump University.
The Fed may introduce more measures to test big banks' capital and liquidity levels are strong enough to safeguard the financial system.
GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump's waning support is raising Democrats' hopes of retaking control of the Senate.
The apparent lack of interest in Twitter may force the company to consider a major restructuring and cutting some its employees.
Dyn on Friday warned of a third cyberattack after earlier in the day websites and services across the East Coast were shut down.
The jokes took on a dark edge when Trump got serious and and appeared to attack Clinton with serious intent, NBC News reports.
"Bankers wanted the quickest, easiest sale — the low-hanging fruit,'' a former Wells Fargo banker says.
McDonald's reports better-than-expected earnings thanks to improved operating measures and rising sales.
General Electric reported a 6.7 percent rise in quarterly profit, helped by strength in its power and renewable energy businesses.
Shares of Microsoft topped their tech bubble high to hit all-time highs Friday morning after reporting better-than-expected earnings.
Earnings results tend to beat quarter after quarter, but that's because there is a consistent trend in lower and lower earnings forecasts.
Upward pressure on the Fed with rising inflation expectations paints a better picture for 2017, strategist Jim Paulsen says.
Food fraud is a growing problem. The best case? You pay for something you didn’t get. The worst case? You can get sick or die.
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