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The Small Business Jobs Index decreased 0.22 percent in April to 100.50.
Trump is demonstrating a willingness to meet with some of the most notorious leaders on the world stage, at odds with precedent. USA Today reports.
Infosys is joining a growing list of international firms that are pledging their support for American jobs.
Rep. Jeb Hensarling has signaled that the future of the Durbin Amendment is unclear, but he wouldn't commit to removing it himself.
Wall Street shuddered as President Trump, for the first time as resident of the White House, mused that he was considering breaking up the largest banks.
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Russia President Vladimir Putin asked for an impartial investigation into an alleged chemical attack in Syria that raised sensitivities with most of the Western world.
Taco Bell's Naked Chicken Chips are finally getting a nationwide release.
Investors may wonder which $900+ technology stock will break the $1,000 milestone first.
OPEC oil output fell for a fourth straight month in April, a Reuters survey found on Tuesday.
Analysts predict that there will be an install base of more than 300 million iPhones that are more than 2 years old.
SmartAsset.com ranked the top 10 U.S. states (and, in one case, federal district) whose citizens have the most personal debt.
The hedge fund industry is employing a growing number of people, in spite of investor concerns over its performance. The Financial Times reports.
Many lack workforces that demonstrate real diversity.
Hollywood writers reached a tentative deal on a new contract early, averting a strike that could have blacked out talk shows and soap operas.
Two signals about the strength of consumer spending appear to be sending very different messages.
The Fed is expected to hold rates steady at its meeting this week as it pauses to parse more economic data but may hint it is on track for an increase in June.
MasterCard on Tuesday reported first-quarter earnings and sales that topped Wall Street expectations.
The stock hit an all-time intraday high of $146 a share on Monday.