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U.S. fund investors are pouring new cash into corporate bonds and emerging markets as well as U.S. stocks.
The last 40 days have been like no prior period in the market’s history.
Enterprise withdrew its takeover bid for rival Williams Cos., saying that Williams' lack of engagement left it with "no actionable path forward."
The rules would prohibit banks from buying and selling commodities and would require them to disclose what’s left of their equity operations.
Alphabet's Google said it is acquiring cloud software company Apigee in a deal valued at about $625 million.
U.S. President Barack Obama further reaffirmed his belief Thursday that Donald Trump would be unsuitable for the White House.
How former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge came to pen a column shows how money, power, and national security mix in a post-9/11 D.C.
Wells Fargo has reached a $185 million settlement with regulators and Los Angeles over bundled banking products.
"I think you are abusing your power," a newspaper editor writes in an open letter to Mark Zuckerberg.
Cartons of Coke Zero were used to form a copy of the Twin Towers in a Florida store.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 users shouldn't turn on or charge their smartphones during flights due the phone's fire-prone batteries, the FAA says.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission unveiled revised proposed rules to allow Americans to drop costly rented pay-TV set-top boxes.
Chipotle Mexican Grill has agreed to financial settlements with more than 100 customers who fell ill after eating at its restaurants last year.
Creeping concerns about the consumer's health might be put to rest if next week's August retail sales report is as good as this banking executive suggests.
Donald Trump's plan to expand the U.S. military would be costly, a budget watchdog group estimates.
U.S. prosecutors moved to dismiss corruption charges against former Virginia Gov. Robert McDonnell and his wife Maureen.
Gary Johnson's foreign policy stumble may help Hillary Clinton more than it aids her rival Donald Trump.
The new CEO of Coldwell Banker released the company's list of affordable housing markets. Here's what he told us.
At a news conference, Hillary Clinton lashes out at Donald Trump, saying he lacks the temperament to be president.
Bank of America chief Brian Moynihan also tells CNBC no one sees a rapid rise in rates by the Federal Reserve or in the bond market.
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The Facebook CEO hosted a live feed amid swirling criticism over the site's advertising practices.
A team of scientists found an association between tiny particulate matter and kidney disease in two different data sets.
The Oracle of Omaha says the Dow Jones industrial average can get to 1 million by the year 2117.
Jim Cramer explains why young investors stand to benefit from the magic of compounding.
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