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Yum Brands delivered fourth-quarter earnings that beat Wall Street expectations but were just shy on revenue.
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A U.S. federal judge upheld an Obama-era rule designed to avoid conflicts of interests when brokers give retirement advice.
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Behavioral and personal-finance expert Jason Zweig outlines the characteristics of successful investors.
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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey should continue to lead the company, as change at the top would delay a turnaround, says UBS analyst Eric Sheridan.