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Billionaire investor George Soros denounces a propaganda campaign waged against him by the Hungarian government. » Read More
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U.S. President Donald Trump predicted that Sen. Jeff Flake will oppose the GOP tax bill, but the senator's office says he has not yet made up his mind.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a slightly lower open Monday, as investors turned their attention to the latest in earnings and data.
Maria Contreras-Sweet, the former head of the U.S. Small Business Administration, is offering to acquire The Weinstein Co.
U.S. government debt prices were higher on Monday, as investors shifted their attention to news coming out of the data and auctions space.
Marvell Technology has agreed to acquire Cavium for around $6 billion, as it seeks to expand in the networking equipment sector.
U.S. President Donald Trump won't insist on including repeal of a health insurance mandate the tax-reform bill, a senior White House aide said on Sunday.
Gold prices are likely to be buoyed by the "new normal" of elevated geopolitical tensions over the coming years, Citi analysts said Monday.
The White House says the true cost of the opioid drug epidemic in 2015 was $504 billion, or roughly half a trillion dollars.
Charles Manson, the '60s cult leader imprisoned for the "Helter Skelter" murders of Sharon Tate and six other people, dies.
It may be a turkey-shortened week ahead but there are a few key things Wall Street will be watching and trading, including tax reform and Black Friday.
The da Vinci masterpiece's road to fetching nearly half a billion dollars began in 1958—when it sold for less than $200.
Twenty states suspend people’s professional or driver’s licenses if they fall behind on loan payments, according to The New York Times.
Startups do bad things sometimes.
STATE Optical, a Chicago startup, wants to ride the trendy eyewear movement—with luxury spectacles designed and assembled in America.
Jurvetson was asked to leave because DFJ caught him lying about what it considered serious allegations, a source said.
Zimbabwe's ruling party Central Committee fired longtime President Robert Mugabe as party leader.
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Wal-Mart is planning to test Tesla's electric tractor trailers and has preordered 15, the retailer said Friday.
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Thomas Rogers, WinView executive chairman, provides insight to the conflict between content providers and carriers in the changing media landscape as reports surface about Justice Department divestiture demands.
Gina Sanchez of Chantico Global weighs in on the impacts of the bond market.