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The automaker says the 2017 Bolt EV will have an EPA-estimated range of 238 miles on a full charge.
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The CEO explains his steadfast dedication to self-management.
Two new reports point to the best markets for investors seeking to profit from the single-family rental market.
Funds have poured into emerging-market debt. Is this a wise move or a desperate hunt for yield?
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Global oil demand growth is slowing at a faster pace than first thought, the International Energy Agency said in its latest market update.
Carrie Tolstedt ran the division responsible for opening accounts for customers without authorization.
Jim Cramer says it doesn’t matter what will actually happen if the Fed raises rates, it’s what investors think will happen.
Several years after the financial crisis, banks have not completely cleaned up their act, CFPB Director Richard Cordray said.
Politico reports that the Democratic presidential nominee is reluctant to drink water.
Wells Fargo announced on Tuesday that it will eliminate all product sales goals in retail banking, effective January 1, 2017.
Postal Savings Bank of China launched an IPO in Hong Kong worth up to $8.1 billion, with most of the deal covered by cornerstone investors.
The European Commission's tax ruling threatens to erode America's corporate tax base, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew writes in the WSJ.
An altercation broke out in the stands as Donald Trump was decrying Hillary Clinton's "basket of deplorables" comment, NBC News reports.
The chairman of Hanjin Group transferred $36 million to Hanjin Shipping to help unload cargo stranded on the troubled shipper's vessels.
Sands' latest gamble in Macau, the Parisian, opens its doors to visitors today, offering more than just gaming.