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The Wall Street Journal reports Beijing has increased surveillance of the border region as well as a "combat readiness-level big data disaster recovery center."
The falling dollar is starting to be talked about a lot on Wall Street...but as a positive.
Jim Cramer spoke with Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner after earnings to hear about the top growth areas in toys.
South Korea wants to double its ballistic missile firepower to better defend against the threat from nuclear-armed North Korea.
Prosecutors could conclude their case as early as Tuesday, and it is not clear if Shkreli's lawyers will present any witnesses.
Forget swiping a credit card or badge to buy food at work. One U.S. tech firm is offering to install rice-size microchips in its employees' hands.
The Golden Arches' latest handiwork in the Southeast Asian city-state has been the subject of hot debate among residents.
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission announced Monday it unanimously approved LedgerX as a derivatives clearing organization.
Moody's expects other bigger retailers to continue to consolidate, to help bolster their position.
Jim Cramer sits down with Nucor CEO John Ferriola to discuss the state of the U.S. steel industry.
Appraisals lagging behind the fast-paced housing market are causing some sellers to take cash offers.
Some strategists say investors ought not to worry about the Fed hitting stocks at this juncture even as it is in the midst of tightening.
As Asia markets open Tuesday, traders will be keeping an eye on the dollar, which appeared to firm after floundering for the past week.
The activist investor picked up stakes in several companies in recent months.
The growth of Amazon has the potential to disrupt "middlemen," putting trillions of dollars on the line.
Diners are avoiding Chipotle after reports of norovirus at one restaurant and rodents at another.
Jeffrey Davis will join J.C. Penney as chief financial officer. He replaces Edward Record, who resigned earlier this month.
Goldman told its clients to buy technology and financial stocks, predicting both sectors will outperform the market the rest of the year.
Donald Trump ramped up the pressure on Senate Republicans as they scramble to move forward with a plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act this week.