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Harvey is seen as a wake-up call of sorts for an earthquake disaster scenario that could be possible in California.
The headlines keep getting worse for Wells Fargo in its fake account scandal, but the latest disclosures could represent a turning point.
The briefing comes a day after President Donald Trump touted the need for a big tax-reform bill.
Jefferies believes chip stocks will continue to rally due to strong industry fundamentals.
Campbell Soup shares fall to their lowest level since September 2015 after missing profit and revenue expectations.
The media giant is expected to identify the cuts in its ABC television group by the end of September.
"[T]he internet is too important to consumers and too essential to innovation to be left unprotected," Apple said. Recode reports.
Apple will hold its iPhone 8 event on September 12.
The Treasury secretary says the administration has a "very detailed" tax plan ready and "couldn't be more excited" about its prospects.
There is no way to keep a home dry in five feet of rain, but there are steps homeowners can take to protect their homes from strong rain.
Beaumont, Texas, lost both its primary and secondary sources for the city water supply system.
Home sales continued their downward slide in July, with buyers signing fewer contracts to buy existing homes.
Rather than use the money for hiring and capital purchases, companies plowed the cash into buybacks and dividends.
U.S. stocks closed higher on Thursday, the last trading day of the month, as Wall Street ended August on a high note.
Wells said it uncovered nearly 70 percent more potentially unauthorized consumer and small-business accounts than originally thought.
Waste in Harvey's floodwaters pose massive risks to victims' health and the environment, The New York Times reports.
"We know that today NATO is facing some of our biggest tests," Kay Bailey Hutchison says.
U.S. consumer spending rose slightly less than expected in July and annual inflation increased at its slowest pace since late 2015.
Claims for benefits were expected to total 236,000 for the most recent week, up from the 234,000 claims reported for the week earlier.
Arkema shares fell sharply on Thursday after two explosions were reported at its flood-hit chemical plant in Crosby, Texas.
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Netflix fell more than 4 percent in midday trading Monday after a report 21st Century Fox is adding more inventory to FX+.
The Republican tax plan is expected to feature dramatically lower rates for most—if not all—households and businesses.
When it comes to the growing threat of Amazon, the Street shouldn't be worried about off-price players, JPMorgan said in a note to clients.
Ken Fisher, Fisher Investments executive chairman and co-CIO, provides his thoughts on political risk and market uncertainty. What matters is the global yield curve, says Fisher.
Jim Nussle, Credit Union National Association (CUNA) president and CEO, and former OMB director, weighs in on the path to tax reform.
Simeon Hyman, ProShares head of investment strategy, and Chris Retzler, Needham Small Cap Growth Fund portfolio manager, provide their strategies on the markets and where they are seeing opportunities. We like FireEye, says Retzler.