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The Consumer Products Safety Commission has recalled 149,000 dishwashers over concerns about a fire hazard.
Why small business owners have a lot to lose if they don’t upgrade their payment systems.
Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker says to remain globally competitive, the US needs to encourage more young people to pursue manufacturing careers.
Real estate may take longer to really fire on all cylinders, said Doug Yearley. Home Depot's CEO was more optimistic.
In a letter sent out to employees on Friday, Wal-Mart CEO Doug McMillon announced that 450 employees would be cut from headquarter operations.
The tech giant is running accelerators to help start-ups in a host of areas—from cloud computing to mobile gaming. The goal: tap big ideas.
As Hurricane Joaquin battered the Bahamas, the U.S. East Coast was bracing for a potential double-whammy that could bring life-threatening floods.
Over a billion Android devices could be at risk of being hacked by listening to an audio file or watching videos.
Apple shares have performed miserably over the past week. And if the tech giant continues to fall, stocks as a whole could be in trouble.
Global information services group Experian announced Thursday that it had been hacked and that 15 million T-Mobile users were hit.
IBM has been lagging behind the stock market recently, and one technician sees more turmoil ahead.
The Bank of America Merrill Lynch "Sell Side Indicator" predicts the S&P 500 will rally 18 percent over the next 12 months.
Larry McDonald, Societe Generale, and Ari Wald, Oppenheimer & Co., discuss which sector will perform the best in the fourth quarter of this year.
As demand for wind power grows, the number of jobs for so-called wind techs is expected to grow by 24 percent by 2022.
Traffic at Volkswagen dealerships remained "quite good" last month, despite the automaker's emissions test cheating scandal, Mike Jackson said.
Net capital flows for emerging markets this year will be negative for the first time since 1988, according to the Institute of International Finance.
Technical analysts are now looking at the fourth quarter with relative optimism, but not before October sees a bit more selling.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer gives you the inside scoop on how to verify a real market move.
Almost all S&P 500 sectors ended the quarter down, but one technician sees a comeback for some previous leaders.