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Congress now has four days to pass a spending bill to yet again avoid a government shutdown at the last minute.
Professional investors are going all in on the bull market, reducing cash allocations and putting the most money in stocks in two years.
U.S. stocks traded sharply higher as investors chased a market breaking out on better-than-expected earnings.
Online shopping sales hit a record $108.2 billion this holiday season, according to Adobe Analytics.
The Trump Administration said it wants more car manufacturing to be done in the US, but that may be difficult to do economically.
Greenlight Capital acquires Twitter shares.
Republican Sen. Susan Collins recently announced her support of the bill, joining all of the Senate Democrats.
Don't mistake affability for financial savvy — the investment seller may be a con man.
General Electric CEO says he is looking on how to 'reshape' the company on an investor call Tuesday.
The company issued strong yearly guidance citing efforts to close Apple litigation and an NXP acquisition.
Kovacevich says he believes bitcoin is a scam. "It makes no sense. I'm just surprised it isn't even lower."
Transports notched nine-straight days of gains for its longest winning streak in four years. Some see more gains in the short term.
Zig introduces a new way to read the news by compiling stories from across the internet into a single app.
Citigroup reported quarterly earnings on Tuesday that beat expectations.
The New York Times reports Fink will inform business leaders that their companies need to do more than just make profits.
The price of bitcoin fell below £12,000 for the first time since December 5, according to CoinDesk data.
Some believe bitcoin has both scarcity and utility—and that makes it valuable.
A new Google app lets you match your face with what it thinks is the most accurate famous painting portrayal of you. Here's how to use it.
Komal Sri-Kumar sees a continued short-term rise in the stock market with "a much sharper fall at some point in time."