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Swiss bank UBS has posted a 60 percent year-on-year slump in third-quarter net profit, saying macroeconomic, geopolitical and market challenges weighed on performance.
Hillary Clinton entered the final U.S. presidential election push with a huge cash advantage over rival Donald Trump.
Vice President Joe Biden is under consideration for secretary of state if Hillary Clinton wins the White House, a source told NBC News.
If third-quarter GDP comes in as expected Friday, it could be one of the best readings for economic growth in two years.
Twitter's decision to close its video sharing service Vine has been met a tongue-in-cheek acquisition bid from Pornhub.
Cyber Hunta has released more than a gigabyte of emails from the office of one of Putin's top aides, NBC News reports.
Putin accused US politicians of whipping up hysteria about a mythical Russian threat as a ploy to distract voters from their own failings.
The oil market is taking a breather after the past month's rally sparked by hopes of an OPEC output limit.
While the European banks struggle to keep their share price stable, their counterparts at the Wall Street seem to be doing a much better job.
The GOP vice-presidential nominee says he'll be back on the campaign trail on Friday, after emerging from the plane unharmed.
Authorities used pepper spray and fired bean bags at activists against a controversial North Dakota oil pipeline, NBC News reports.
Denmark's Novo Nordisk lowered its full-year profit growth forecast.
General Electric said on Thursday it was in discussions with the No. 3 oilfield services provider Baker Hughes on potential partnerships.
Alphabet is stepping up its investment in Google Cloud, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said on the company's quarterly earnings conference call.
Amazon's weaker-than-expected fourth-quarter forecast gives investors something to think about ahead of the holidays.
Amazon shares dropped in extended trading after it reported earnings per share that came in far below analyst estimates on Thursday.
Jim Cramer reviews the expectations of Amazon, Alphabet and Twitter to find the driving force behind the stocks.
Rodrigo Duterte, who once called the pope a "son of a b****," says he has promised to God he won't spew expletives again.
The world is preparing for the first ever Pirate-led government with Icelandic citizens heading to the ballot box this Sunday.