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Stanley Druckenmiller's Duquesne Capital bought a variety of Chinese consumer and tech stocks...
Merck CEO resigns from Trump's American Manufacturing Council, citing 'responsibility to take a stand against intolerance.'
Bitcoin hit another record high on Monday, but commodities whiz Dennis Gartman still isn't buying.
The Dow powers on despite the war of words between Trump's Twitter salvos and South Korea's state-run KCNA news agency.
In a message sent to JPMorgan Chase employees in the United States, CEO Jamie Dimon calls the violence in Virginia disturbing.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Monday ordered the armed forces of the country to have military exercises in defense of the homeland.
President Donald Trump on Monday signed a memorandum that could lead to a trade investigation of alleged Chinese theft of intellectual property.
A jury found that a former DJ assaulted and battered Taylor Swift by groping her, and awarded her the symbolic $1 in damages she had sought.
Most of the big hedge funds that bought Snap shares in the first quarter have sold them, leaving Soros as the only major investor still owning a stake.
Jim Cramer explained why cruise stocks have managed to defy the skeptical analyst community, and could have smooth sailing ahead.
Equities in Asia closed higher on Tuesday, with markets benefiting from Wall Street's strong lead and subsiding risk aversion.
JD.com reported a second-quarter net loss of 496.4 million yuan, with higher marketing costs that offset better-than-expected revenue.
China has stepped up with moves to calm the North Korean nuclear tensions, and that's a big win for President Trump, says Jake Novak.
David Tepper's Appaloosa Management and three other hedge funds took stakes in Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba in the second quarter, filings showed.
Fired Google engineer James Damore says company is giving preferential treatment to job candidates based on race and gender
The same gratuitous provocations that landed Trump in the Oval Office may not keep him there for eight years, says Eric Dezenhall, a former Reagan communications aide.
This could result in a boon in sales for Apple's health and fitness-tracking smartwatch.
Lundbeck CEO Kare Schultz said he's not concerned about the president's tweet on "ripoff prices" aimed at the CEO of Merck.
For four years, various groups have helped the federal government get out the word about Obamacare. Now they're not being asked to help.
Tax reform is the "next big thing" for the stock market, even if the corporate rate isn't slashed to 15 percent, Kevin O'Leary said.