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Equifax shares had been halted in premarket trading before the announcement of Richard Smith's retirement.
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Famed talk-radio host Mike Francesa loves trading stocks on top of keeping up with the latest sports news.
The Microsoft told CNBC's Jon Fortt that Microsoft has been focused on making its voice system available across platforms.
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