Andy Sieg, head of Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, said the changes "will help us operate more effectively as a business."
Stocks could soon switch focus to what could be the best corporate top and bottom line growth since 2011.
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Asian shares traded mixed on Thursday morning as investors digested the start of the U.K.'s exit from the European Union.
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A vote on the bill was cancelled last Friday in the House after a handful of Republicans said they would oppose the bill.
FBI Director James Comey delivers remarks at a forum held by the Intelligence and National Security Alliance in a discussion of "the strategic importance of the FBI's role within the intelligence community."
As Wall Street feels the heat from robots, RBC Capital Markets is turning to programmers to design trading systems of the future.
NASA released its latest batch of images taken by the cameras aboard the Juno spacecraft.
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Eleven former and current employees said they falsely produced information for a bank program, The Wall Street Journal reports.
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The Air Force's super-secret B-21 long-range strike bomber under development will feature flexible technology to stave off obsolescence.
A top military official testified Wednesday that Iran is one of the greatest threats to the U.S. and has increased its "destabilizing role."
The Trump administration has separated the human rights issues from the transfer, the source said.
Jim Cramer says the only thing to fear about stock-picking is fear itself.
U.S. stocks closed mostly higher Wednesday, with energy leading the group.
Trump's approval dipped to 35 percent, lower than Barack Obama and Bill Clinton's worst readings.