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Qatar said on Saturday the Arab States' list of demands was not reasonable or actionable.
Citigroup's Economic Surprise Index plumbs new depths.
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55 Institutional market strategist Max Wolff breaks down three key market themes he is watching for next week.
Core Trump voters' loyalty to the president is more connected to racial solidarity, experts say.
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France welcomed a strategic cooperation deal with Belgium under which Belgium will buy armored vehicles worth 1.1 billion euros.
Jim Cramer looks into Bed Bath & Beyond's business troubles in light of a shocking earnings miss and a tanking stock.
Getting smaller to get bigger. This is Hewlett Packard Enterprise's guiding mantra as it transforms into a tech company fit for the 21st century.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg snubbed a White House meeting where Alphabet's Schmidt praised Trump. Here's why it could backfire.
In addition to a CEO and chief operating officer, Uber needs executives in charge of business, finance, communications, engineering and self-driving cars.
Wal-Mart is not actively considering making an offer for Whole Foods Market, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Friday.
Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., said Friday he will not support the Senate's Obamacare replacement bill in its current form.
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Jim Cramer sat down with Leo Denault, the chairman and CEO of Entergy, to get his take on the president's climate policy.
Carrier's plant in Indianapolis — the poster child for President Trump's pledge to save US jobs — is planning layoffs next month.
Credit Suisse starts its price target for D.R. Horton shares at $38, representing 14 percent upside from Thursday's close.
In a historically calm market, investors may wonder how best to profit off ultra-low volatility.