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The final week of July is guaranteed to be one of the busiest of summer. The coming week is packed with potential market movers.
The Democratic convention began just as badly as the Republican one. Here's how the party is trying to recover.
The value of the stock market has never been higher. Does that mean stocks are very expensive? Not necessarily, explains CNBC's Michael Santoli.
Santander Consumer USA looks to resolve issues regarding "discount accretion and credit loss allowance methodologies."
Hillary Clinton thinks Republican National Convention rallying cries to throw her in jail "felt very sad."
The media mogul and author of "The Sleep Revolution" shared the rituals she follows to ensure a good night's sleep.
At least two people were killed and more than a dozen others injured in a shooting outside of a Florida nightclub early Monday, officials said.
It may be Hillary Clinton's Democratic Convention, but on a blistering Sunday supporters of Bernie Sanders took over Philadelphia with hot anger.
Morgan Stanley tells investors to buy Facebook on strong engagement data.
Donald Trump's message tonight was all about how he alone can fix the country.
Jim Cramer sees trouble brewing for Apple’s earnings report next week.
Donald Trump says his acceptance speech offered an optimistic message because "we're going to solve the problems."
If you're riding the record breaking S&P 500 rally, you'll want to see this chart.
Tesla Motors and SolarCity have made progress in putting together a deal that will merge the electric car maker and the solar panel installer.
The heat wave gripping parts of the country is not going away anytime soon and will hit a peak Monday with temperatures in the city feeling like 108 degrees.
DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz announces her resignation after coming under intense pressure from leaked emails.
Nintendo shares fall dramatically after investors realized that Nintendo doesn't actually make the game.
Evacuation orders remained in place for nearly 1,500 homes near a wildfire north of L.A., after the blaze nearly doubled in size, NBC reports.
Mike Bloomberg will endorse former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton out of concerns about the candidacy of Donald Trump, reports say.