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The United States has seen indications that North Korea may be preparing for a new missile test-launch in the coming days or weeks.
As Macy's closes up shop at more than 60 U.S. locations, one off-price chain stands to gain the most from its contraction.
Asian markets were a mixed bag early on Friday, after U.S. stocks fell overnight as risk sentiment sours ahead of Donald Trump's inauguration.
George Soros thinks President-elect Donald Trump will fail — and that will be just fine with the billionaire investor.
A closer look at the Donald J. Trump's global business interests.
Jeff deGraaf, head technical analyst at Renaissance Macro Research, shares his investment outlook.
Jim Cramer says the 'Amazon' factor requires investors to think outside the box when valuing these stocks.
The Fast Money traders look at which stocks to trade before Donald Trump's inauguration.
Las Vegas Sands agreed to pay a criminal penalty to end a Department of Justice probe into whether it violated a federal anti-bribery law.
Two environment groups gave a cautious nod to China's efforts to tackle hazardous air pollution levels, but urged greater national coordination.
The New York-based enterprise technology company has now suffered 19 straight quarters of declining year-over-year revenues.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte will visit China in May to attend a multilateral summit.
A technique practiced by early Egyptians could help resolve the modern-day problem of food waste.
Apple stock may see new all-time highs, according to a new study of its charts.
Jim Cramer dished out all the reasons why he has faith in Donald Trump and the stock market's future.
With Trump's inauguration less than a day away, investors are anxiously waiting to see what new regulations could influence bank outlooks.
Obama began his last full day on the job the way he did some 2,920 times before — with the Daily Presidential Briefing, NBC News reports.
The path globalization had followed over the past decades has come to an end.
Chinese authorities "are very concerned unless the RMB is stable there will be a self-perpetuating acceleration of outflows," one analyst said.