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World's largest asset manager gives investors a dose of optimism on the stock market.
The iShares MSCI Brazil Capped ETF (EWZ) crashed more than 17 percent on the back of an emerging political scandal.
President Hassan Rouhani is leading in polls, but many voters are undecided and his rival's populist economic message is resonating.
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Female-led Drawbridge aims to upend the Big 3 ad tech giants with its machine-learning technology that discerns user behavior.
Former U.S. presidents, including Clinton and Reagan, have historically greeted special counsels warmly, Vox reports.
Cisco's CEO says recent layoffs were part of a long-term transition strategy.
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Republicans can design a plan that can "break even in the budget over the first 10 years," Kevin Brady says.
The two companies, while talking, remain in disagreement on value, sources said.
McDonald's made some major changes to its ice cream last year, and no one noticed.
Millionaires and billionaires share their top advice for recent grads.
After a cancer diagnosis, patients can live longer by eating right and exercising more, NBC News reports.
Prospects were further boosted by other data on Thursday showing a sharp acceleration in factory activity in the mid-Atlantic region this month.
Talks on a proposed U.S. ban on laptops and tablets in flights from Europe ended Wednesday with no ban.
Wal-Mart reported fiscal first-quarter earnings before the bell Thursday that beat Street estimates, but revenue fell short.
Athenahealth shares surged Thursday after activist investor Paul Singer of Elliott Associates disclosed a 9.2 percent stake in the company.