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Bear markets, history shows, are started by two things; rising interest rates and the onset of war, says Ron Insana
United Airlines and CEO Oscar Munoz made some huge mistakes in their attempt at damage control after a passenger was involuntarily dragged off of a flight, says strategist Mark Macias.
United Airlines is scrambling to respond to intense and far-reaching scrutiny after the airline bumped an unwilling passenger, whom authorities forcibly dragged down the aisle, off the flight on Sunday evening.
The Wall Street Journal reported that a KPMG employee received "improper advance warnings" of inspections and shared it with executives.
Trump says his administration is doing a revamp of Dodd Frank Rules that may eliminate it entirely.
Whole Foods is down more than 2 percent Tuesday following a nearly 10 percent jump Monday after Jana Partners disclosed it took a 9 percent stake.
David Kostin shares his views on the market in an interview Tuesday on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."
It may be a decade until an FDA-approved treatment is available to treat Zika. One biotech company has come up with another solution.
The Economist Intelligence Unit's Worldwide Cost of Living survey ranked the globe's priciest places to call home.
Canada's potential marijuana legalization could lure cannabis connoisseurs from the United States, NBC News reports.
Chinese travelers appear serious about cutting ties with United Airlines after staff aggressively removed a passenger.
With President Donald Trump in the White House, the fate of Obama's health-care legislation remains unsettled.
AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson took aim at Tesla, saying the company's market cap surpassing that of General Motors is "inexplicable."
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Sales of vacation homes fell nearly 22 percent in 2016 to the lowest level in three years.
Shares of Anglo-German manufacturer Dialog Semiconductor fell 20 percent on Tuesday morning after a financial analyst warned the company may lose a contract with the U.S. tech giant Apple.
In a medical system often described as dysfunctional, it can be difficult to navigate health care and avoid massive bills, Vox reports.
Sixty-five percent of Americans over 65 said in a recent survey that they'll keep working to supplement income, USA Today reports.
Last year, hedge funds held about $50 billion of ETF securities up from the $12 billion the industry held a decade ago.
TrendForce says buzz around the iPhone 8 is already hurting and will likely weaken smartphone sales during the second quarter.