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U.S. allies and China are urging President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to soften their rhetoric, USA Today reports.
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Wall Street is surprised over Nvidia's slowing growth in its unit that serves artificial intelligence applications.
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The Trump International Hotel had a nearly $2 million profit in the first four months of 2017, according to multiple media reports.
Dan Loeb is finding himself in hot water after his racially tinged remarks about a black New York state senator.
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China can teach us two lessons about North Korea’s nuclear threat and how the world should respond, says Notre Dame Professor Michael Desch.
Deteriorating security in Venezuela heightens the risk that oil companies will pull out and workers will strike or stay home.
"Get people focused on what you're trying to create."
Here's why worrying about the bond market bubble bursting is misguided, says Matthew Graham, chief of operations at MortgageDailyNews.com.