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Shares of Netflix plunged Thursday, a day after the company reported disappointing U.S. subscriber growth in quarterly earnings.
Ten million people are projected to have coverage from government health exchanges by the end of 2016, a modest increase.
Business travelers now use Uber more than taxis, according to a study of corporate expense reports.
Prices recorded their biggest drop in eight months as the cost of gasoline fell, but a pick-up in price pressures should allay disinflation fears.
After leading the market for most of 2015, biotech stocks have not participated in the latest rally, a negative omen for the group.
Forget Trump's antics and Bernie's tweets. Students at Drexel University don't care about any of the presidential candidates. Here's why.
The Illinois lottery said anyone with a winning ticket worth $600 or more will face delays collecting prizes until the state's budget impasse ends.
Goldman Sachs earnings and revenue disappointed, as market turmoil stemming from concerns about global growth discouraged bond trading.
The number of Americans filing new applications for unemployment benefits fell back to a 42-year low last week.
More than 123,000 homes went back to the bank in the third quarter, as banks have finally reached a point where they can push foreclosures forward.
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As college costs soar, it's important for students to file FAFSA forms quickly and correctly to maximize public and private tuition aid.
Citigroup delivered earnings that topped expectations, as a drop in operating, legal and repositioning costs more than made up for lower revenue.
"I would like to see people rally around her," Democrat Gene Sperling says of Hillary Clinton.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said Thursday the U.S. debt limit will be exhausted Nov. 3, two days before previously estimated.
Record-low oil prices, international sanctions and an expensive interventionist foreign policy — can things get any worse for the Russian economy? The answer varies according to which Russian captain of industry you speak.
Wal-Mart's guidance surprise is only bad news for investors taking a short-term view, Moody's Charles O'Shea said.
The U.S. Defense Secretary said the US military would sail and fly wherever international law allowed, including the disputed South China Sea.
Asbury Research analyzed the ramifications of Wal-Mart's selloff for both the retailer and the general market in a note to clients Wednesday.