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The dollar index's leg higher on Monday, as it traded near the 91.86 mark, came just one session after touching its lows of the year.
The full interview with Mark Grant.
JPMorgan tells its clients Hurricane Irma's insured losses will still rank among the costliest in history.
Art Cashin says traders are relieved by news about both North Korea and Hurricane Irma.
Women business owners see some cracks in the glass ceiling, according to the 2017 Bank of America Women Business Owner Spotlight study.
Irma pounded heavily populated areas of central Florida on Monday as it carved through the state with high winds, storm surges, and torrential rains.
New details on Amazon's new Fire TVs leaked on Monday.
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The U.S. is much more divided this 9/11 anniversary than ever before. Here's how we got here.
Two sectors which could give back three years of dividends in two weeks.
Amgen has been on a tear, hitting another all-time high on Monday, and a top technician is betting there’s even more room to run.
Puerto Rico's public-sector debt and pension fund obligations add up to a hefty $120 billion. Entrepreneurship could cure its economic woes.
Amazon's growth has turned it into a hiring machine, with an unquenchable need for workers to satisfy customer orders. NYT reports.
Bannon told "60 Minutes" that the president made a historic blunder in stripping James Comey from his post at the FBI.
Hurricane Irma will cause insured losses of $20 billion to $40 billion in the US, according to an updated projection from risk modeling firm AIR Worldwide.
Mark Zuckerberg, for example, was mentored by Steve Jobs.
Retail mashups are becoming more common as stores strive to incorporate unexpected experiences to entice customers, USA Today reports.
Filing an insurance claim likely won't take priority for Floridians. Here's how to handle the process, when ready.
Trump's own opioid commission pushed for a national emergency declaration, USA Today reports.
Independent film production houses and distributors told CNBC Netflix may pay more, but Amazon has a better reputation for winning awards.