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Toys R Us won court approval to pay top executives up to $21 million in bonuses by saying the money will incentivize them to boost sales during the holiday season.
Total mortgage applications rose 4.7 percent last week, driven by applications to refinance.
UnitedHealth has struck a $4.9 billion deal to acquire the DaVita Medical unit of kidney dialysis firm DaVita in an all-cash transaction.
Home Depot announced a $15 billion share repurchase plan and set a target to grow annual sales to between $114.7 billion and $119.8 billion by 2021.
Several growing wildfires near Los Angeles are threatening thousands of homes, forcing residents to evacuate.
United Parcel Service said on Tuesday some deliveries were being delayed because of a surge in holiday online shopping orders during the peak shipping period.
The attack follows Romney's tweet denouncing Republican candidate Roy Moore: "No vote, no majority is worth losing our honor, our integrity."
A Democrat congressman has vowed to force a vote to impeach President Donald Trump on Wednesday.
US stock index futures pointed to a negative open on Wednesday, as investors awaited fresh data while keeping an eye on markets overseas.
U.S. government debt yields pared earlier losses Wednesday, after private payrolls numbers remained robust in November.
North Korea is the biggest threat to the humankind right now and China and the U.S. can stop it, the U.S. Ambassador to China told CNBC.
The U.S. ambassador to China has defended President Donald Trump's stance towards the Asian nation during his recent visit, amid criticism that the U.S president was too soft on trade imbalances between the two superpowers.
Ford believes China is poised to become the most favorable market for the development of electric vehicles.
David Rubenstein, co-CEO of The Carlyle Group, says the economy is in "reasonably good shape."
Natalia Veselnitskaya tells senators that she did not have dirt on the Clinton Foundation, according to NBC.
DoubleLine CEO Jeffrey Gundlach says historical and economic indicators point to a likely buying opportunity for commodities such as oil and gold.
No matter the value, Dennis Gartman still won't bite.
Stocks could see more bumpy trading ahead, after the S&P 500 and Nasdaq each suffered their first three-day string of losses since August.
Jim Freeman, Amazon Video's former engineering lead, returned to join the Alexa team just six months after leaving the company.
The GOP wants to cut corporate taxes to spur growth and jobs, but critics say companies will just use their windfall to enrich shareholders and executives
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Overstock.com briefly surged more than 23 percent after Morgan Stanley Investment Management disclosed a stake.
While Russia is broadly unpopular, it still beats the U.S. among countries polled - but both are ahead of one major Middle Eastern power
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Actress Monica Potter invested $1 million in her skin care business, Monica Potter Home — and lost it all. As Marcus Lemonis learns the inner workings of her business, he discovers Potter and her team have serious trust issues.
Scott Galloway, NYU Stern Business School and author of "The Four," wonders why some of the big social media companies may be held to a different legal standard.