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As goes Apple, so goes the Nasdaq 100. But can the tech giant keep driving the charge?
Fitch fired a warning shot about Trump's economic policies, saying hard-line stances on trade and immigration pose serious problems.
AIG was also a defendant in the case, but settled with the attorney general's office in 2016 for $1.6 billion.
Traders betting these 5 stocks will beat Wall Street's earnings expectations next week.
Trump's tough talk on trade will have a major impact on U.S. exporters.
Police officers are getting a new tool to watch their backs, courtesy of Dodge.
Trump's Cabinet confirmation process has lagged behind both his Democrat and Republican predecessors, NYT reports.
A fitness studio owner called out Ivanka Trump for using an alias. The reaction was a barrage of responses that included calling for a boycott.
Trump's legal team still believes it will eventually be proven correct, NBC News reports.
UBS says dividends represented roughly half of the market's return in the past 100 years.
Copper prices rose more than 4 percent as a strike at the world's largest copper mine raised expectations of tighter supply.
A popular retail ETF is on pace for its best week since early December, and some strategists say retail stocks could see more upside.
What if Americans, together and all at once, stopped thinking of homes as an investment? New York Times reports.
The Slovenia Prime Minister raised the prospect of a US-Russia summit in his home country as far back as November, USA Today reports.
Health officials also recently gutted much of outreach designed to spur sign-ups on the the federal Obamacare exchanges.
"The risk reward is fantastic."
How do twenty-somethings handle low salaries and high rents? With the help of a generous allowance.
It's a new, previously unheard of artificial intelligence startup called Argo AI, The Verge reports.
The Trump administration is working on a proposal to delay the fiduciary rule, despite a court decision this week that upheld it.
With President Trump's order to build a wall along the Mexican border signed, the National Border Patrol Council is feeling optimistic.