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The Dow Jones industrial average broke above 22,000 on Wednesday, just 107 trading days after hitting 21,000 for the first time.
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In a note published Wednesday, UBS agreed with Cook.
Trader Todd Gordon says the technicals look weak for Tesla ahead of earnings.
Trump International Golf Links is one of three golf resorts the president and his family own in Europe, USA Today reports.
The Urban Outlaw calls his collection an "out of control" hobby.
Dow Jones Industrial Average hits the 22,000 level for the first time ever after the opening bell.
The office park is dead, and suburbs need to become more city-like to stay competitive, Curbed reports.
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Crime and violence between rival drug gangs has surged throughout Mexico, creeping into other popular destinations, USA Today reports.
Oppenheimer & Co. has initiated an outperform rating on Wal-Mart's stock, with a $90 price target.
Jason Fried says the Amazon founder's wisdom has been key to his company's success.
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