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A "growing body of evidence suggests ... election campaigns can have both positive and negative effects on health," an article says.
UBS' Art Cashin sees vulnerabilities in the stock market.
Daymond John turned $40 worth of fabric into a $6B clothing brand. Now the retail guru has a solution for Macy's precipitous decline.
Jason Blum's success in the horror genre won't go unnoticed. It's likely to be imitated.
Credit Suisse shares with clients its top stock picks.
Creating a workplace to spur innovation can be challenging in an urban environment, Microsoft’s real-estate strategy chief William Lee said.
Jim Cramer investigates how Intuit, the "Amazon of tax returns," has bucked anticipation of White House tax overhaul.
Hedge funds on average returned just 3.5 percent this year through May, according to HFR.
Speaking with reporters recently, Amazon's head of products said he's open to other smart assistants on the Amazon Echo.
The Republican Party had some fun on Twitter in response to the prepared testimony from the fired FBI director.
The media mogul turned health-and-wellness ambassador is working closely with the tech company to reform culture.
Shares of Molson Coors Brewing dipped more than 6 percent following disappointing EBITA guidance.
Some traders hope Thursday's slew of events can wake the snoozing market.
Okta's results topped estimates, sending shares up almost 5 percent.
Twitter erupted after the release of former FBI Director James Comey's prepared remarks about his interactions with President Donald Trump.
Recent app download data for Snap suggests a slowdown in the growth of daily active users, Nomura Instinet analyst Anthony DiClemente said.
When stocks, bonds and gold have moved higher together in a three-month period, stocks kept rising the next three months.
One technician sees trouble in the charts that could suggest the rally may be over.
The job of building a traditional crisis team is being put on to the party's main political arm, USA Today reports.
The full interview with Howard Lutnick.