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Mondelez said on Monday that it has ended discussions with Hershey about a possible combination of the two companies.
Hillary Clinton rolled out a comprehensive plan to address millions of Americans coping with mental illness.
Wall Street is pricing in a landslide for Clinton, but if she starts to lag, there could be a big unwinding in the markets, Bank of America Merrill Lynch says.
Alphabet executive David Drummond, who has been a director on the Uber Technologies board for close to three years, has stepped down.
Fox News struck back against ex-anchor Andrea Tantaros, filing a motion to move her sexual harassment lawsuit into arbitration, the NYT reports.
At the core of the rules is an effort to stabilize the $2.7 trillion industry.
With much of the global bond market posting negative yields, Asian fixed income still offers solid returns, said Pinebridge.
Apple and other multinational companies can expect to start paying a lot more taxes in the coming years, law professor Edward Kleinbard says.
A dual-lens camera and a lack of a headphone jack are among the rumored changes to Apple's upcoming iPhone.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has found breaches in Illinois and Arizona's voter registration databases.
Samsonite's first-half interim profit fell 11 percent on-year but the recent Tumi acquisition should brighten results ahead, Chairman Tim Parker said.
A ruling expected Tuesday from the European Commission will force Ireland to collect more than 1 billion euros in taxes, reports Reuters, citing sources.
New MacBooks, iPad features and a monitor may be in the works from Apple, Bloomberg reported.
Hollywood took to Twitter to mourn the death of Gene Wilder Monday afternoon, as his family shared details of his final years.
Jim Cramer eyes a health care stock that could remain in favor on Wall Street.
CEO Larry Fink has spoken out against management short-termism and recently took on a Hong Kong gold miner. BlackRock is slowly finding its voice.
American Airlines President J. Scott Kirby will leave the company and take the same role at United Continental, the companies said Monday.
As more work is done on the cloud, VMware's trying to cut through the confusion, the CEO told CNBC on Monday.
The "Fast Money" traders debated how to invest as home prices are just 1 percent shy of their 2006 peak before the housing bubble burst.