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As U.S. stocks swoon, emerging markets, and one in particular, are set to take off, says BNP Paribas' Marcelo Carvalho.
Data which can track our psychological behavior is "something very powerful" and could help tackle unhealthy habits, according to the CEO of Earthmiles.
Uber ex-CEO Travis Kalanick called a lawsuit filed against him by a top investor in the firm a "public and personal attack" without merit.
The plan still needs approval by the joint finance committee as well as the Senate before it can go to the governor.
Jim Cramer reacts to the market's various explanations for Thursday's pullback and reveals the one he thinks is the main driver.
The company also said its quarterly net income more than doubled and raised its full-year earnings forecast.
Two lawyers appointed at the SEC have ties to major companies like Goldman Sachs and Wells Fargo, that could complicate regulation.
Robert Kaplan said he would need to see evidence that prices will rise in the medium term to support another interest-rate hike.
The White House still needs CEO support to drive its business agenda, says Kellogg School of Management professor Nicholas Pearce.
U.S. Representatives Elijah Cummings and Peter Welch sent the letters to seven drugmakers.
Faced with the threat of Amazon, Wal-Mart has been rolling out initiatives like "easy reorder" and free two-day shipping.
CEOs quitting Trump's advisory councils was a first step. Here's what they need to do now, says former Obama spokesman Ben LaBolt.
The largest railroad in the U.S. continues to cut costs, this time by laying off about 8 percent of its workforce.
Australia joins China and Japan in trying to regulate bitcoin and digital currency exchange providers with crackdown on money laundering.
Insolvent German airline Air Berlin aims to strike deals to sell assets to two or more buyers by the end of September, before a government loan keeping its planes in the air runs out, its chief executive said.
Bike-sharing companies are one of the hottest technologies in mainland China, but Hong Kong just got its first version in April.
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