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To prevent the brand-damaging fiasco that caused United's market cap to plunge, companies need to remain innovative and put customers first.
Paul Manafort is offering advice to a Chinese billionaire on how to win construction contracts for the Trump's promised $1 trillion infrastructure plan.
In a note to clients, Jefferies says Snapchat engagement is growing among older demographics, not just youth.
Amy A. Lecoq shed her home-centered life to become an activist, traveling to testify about financial exploitation of older Americans.
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Delta has changed its policy about bumping passengers off of flighs, and its customers stand to benefit.
Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai called the U.S.'s recent use of the largest-ever non-nuclear bomb "an immense atrocity against the Afghan people."
Josh Brown has a theory that tax-related selling is behind the market's recent struggles. History shows he may be right.
Top aide Gary Cohn is muscling aside some of President Donald Trump's hard-right advisers to push more moderate, business-friendly economic policies.
Wells Fargo believes McDonald's will benefit from a digital ordering "first-mover advantage."
Financial advisors can help protect retirement savings with an array of innovative approaches, from reverse mortgages to structured notes.
The United States, its allies and China are working together on a range of responses to North Korea's latest failed ballistic missile test.
Trump claimed that thousands of people who demanded he finally release his full tax returns were "paid" protesters.
Talent is overrated, says the New England Patriots coach.
564 Amazon employees signed a petition demanding that the company stop advertising on Breitbart.
More investors are considering environmental, social and governance factors in their financial analysis and decision making.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has evolved considerably in the past decade, Buzzfeed reports.
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China's Ant Financial has raised its offer for electronic payment firm MoneyGram International and the deal was unanimously approved by the U.S. firm's board, outbidding rival Euronet Worldwide.
Messaging software company Slack faces a significant new challenge, the New York Times reports.