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Jim Cramer officially anoints this as liquidation season. The question is, when will the selling stop?
The Republican candidate called Hillary Clinton a "liar" for claiming his proposed to ban on all foreign Muslims has aided Islamic State's efforts.
Traders may be robbed of their Santa rally as the stock market's 2015 performance may come down to the price of oil in the final days of 2015.
ISIS may be claiming to wage a holy war for Islam but the self-declared caliphate is vulnerable to the region's corruption, the FT reports.
In the span of a mere 11 days this month, $1 billion in future federal tax payments vanished. Here's why. The NYT reports.
Alibaba has hired a former counterfeit investigator for Apple to lead its charge to wipe out fake goods from its e-commerce platforms.
Martin Shkreli, the controversial pharmaceutical executive facing U.S. securities fraud charges, had his Twitter account hacked Sunday.
How well have Wall Street bear Peter Schiff's bold calls played out over the past three years?
Rich Ross of Evercore ISI says there's more pain ahead for gold, which is likely to end the year in the red again.
Despite recent trends showing online buying is on a tear, one retailer is betting big on brick and mortar by selling nothing online.
Suspended FIFA President Sepp Blatter and European soccer boss Michel Platini were both banned for eight years on Monday by FIFA's Ethics Committee.
The resignation of Brazil's pro-austerity finance minister has left markets on edge.
Recently unveiled documents in the Remington faulty-trigger case show court secrecy can lead to unnecessary deaths, says Arthur Bryant.
We know the ways and means to destroy the Islamic State. But we’re not doing it, says Larry Kudlow.
Expatriates in Southeast Asia are the highest paid globally and report greater levels of disposable income, according to a new survey from HSBC.
U.S. regulators are probing complaints about Theranos by two former employees, according to the Wall Street Journal.
"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" shattered the domestic box office record with an estimated $238 million in N. American sales, and $517M worldwide.
Asia's markets traded mixed on Monday, with many markets retracing initial losses that had tracked Wall Street's sharp losses on Friday.
A sharply weaker yen and easier visa rules for Chinese travelers are driving tourists to Japan this holiday season.
Now that the Fed has initiated its process of policy adjustment, market timers are out in force with dire warnings.