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On May 26, 1896, Czar Nicholas II was crowned, and Charles Henry Dow published an index of industrial stocks for the first time.
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Wall Street strategists say corporate earnings may come in higher than expected this year due to the new administration's policies.
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LinkedIn released its sixth annual list of the most meaningless words that appear on profiles.
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In the seven years since the Dow hit 10,000, ETFs have gone from $745 billion in assets under management to roughly $2.5 trillion.
Trump is expected to nominate a new Supreme Court justice next Thursday, USA Today reports.
Elon Musk says he really does plan to dig a tunnel to avoid LA traffic, and that he plans to start digging next month.
President Donald Trump will begin rolling out executive actions on immigration Wednesday.
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An anti-Trump email reveals growing internal tensions at the ride hailing giant.
The now-deleted tweets included data on climate change, an issue that Trump has called a hoax, NBC News reports.
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Here's a look at the companies that, over the past 88 years, have entered and left the iconic index as their fortunes rose and fell.