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Despite a chaotic election season, CEOs in the United States and around the globe remain relatively optimistic, according to a YPO survey.
Yum China began trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday under the ticker "YUMC."
Some advisors now think consumers can improve their financial standing by factoring home equity into a comprehensive retirement income plan.
BlackBerry has signed a deal with Ford to provide its software for the car giant's connected vehicles.
Amazon's shipments of tablets grew four-fold in the third quarter as the overall market plunged, but Apple and Samsung held their top position.
Otonomo, whose cloud technology allows app providers to access data from auto manufacturers, has secured $12 million in series A financing.
The stock market's election year performance between July 31 and Oct. 31 has often predicted the next president, and this year it's pointing to Trump.
The two companies had gone back and forth in potential takeover talks.
In a tweet, police said six fatalities occurred after a school bus and a commuter bus crashed in southwest Baltimore.
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GOP candidate Donald Trump employed a tax avoidance maneuver so "dubious" that his lawyers warned him on it, the NYT reports.
Paul Manafort came under fire in August for his ties to Ukraine, which led to him leaving the campaign, NBC News reports.
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Donald Trump's assertion that tax returns are uninformative got the attention of financial advisors of all political stripes.
FBI Director James Comey argued privately that it was too close to Election Day for the U.S. government to name Russia as meddling in the election.
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BP has reported net profit for the third quarter of $1.62 billion, but still only delivering around half of last year's result for the period.
Valeant's former CEO and CFO are at the center of a U.S. criminal probe against the drugmaker over its ties to a specialty pharmacy.
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