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Twenty-First Century Fox CEO James Murdoch will help Disney with the transition, Iger says.
Disney shares could see a boost, some strategists say.
Mulvaney says it's "not final yet," but the process is moving in the right direction.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Apple's iMac Pro, its most powerful computer to date, is now available for purchase. It starts at $4,999.
A bitcoin crash could have a spillover effect into the broader market, according to Nuveen Asset Management's Bob Doll.
The FCC on Thursday will likely approve a plan to remove "net neutrality" regulations, giving more power to internet service providers.
Sales increased more than expected in November as the holiday shopping season got off to a brisk start, pointing to sustained strength in the economy.
As the bull market heads into its ninth year, the list of potential risks that could stop its run is growing.
Many older workers are interested in working into retirement, but that extra income can cost you if you're not careful.
Hulu's most appealing factor is it gives customers lots of different content to watch for a low price.
Watch as European Central Bank President delivers a speech on monetary policy.
The president used a White House event to showcase families who would be positively impacted by changes to the tax code.
First-time claims for state unemployment benefits rose less than expected, declining from the previous week.
Some of the most inspiring health success stories of 2017 were the ones most overlooked, says Sue Desmond-Hellmann.
Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore released a video message on YouTube in which he appeared to refuse to admit defeat and railed against "immorality" in the U.S.
The Bank of England's voted 9-0 on Thursday to hold its monetary policy as markets look for hints of future rate rises
Rising shale oil production in the United Sates is set to leave OPEC nations with a challenging 2018, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).
Russian President Vladimir Putin has told an annual press conference attended by national and foreign media that he will run for president in early 2018 as an independent candidate.