As Trump campaigned in the battleground state of Virginia, Clinton stayed close to home in New York while preparing for Monday night's opening debate.
South Carolina joined 20 other U.S. states in filing a lawsuit against the Labor Department on Tuesday concerning the new overtime pay rule.
German digital map maker HERE will introduce a new set of traffic services this week that allows drivers to see for themselves what live road conditions are like miles ahead using data from competing automakers, an industry first.
With dividend investing back en vogue, investors should love these three top dividend growth stocks in 2016 and beyond.
Google is broadening its presence in online travel services, and this could hurt other companies in the sector.
Corporate travel pressure, political unrest, disruption by services like Airbnb, and more -- here is a snapshot of the industry, and why these 3 companies look promising.
The deal reached on Sept. 19 between Canada's Unifor union and General Motors Co will see the auto maker invest C$554 million ($420.84 million) in its local plants, the labor group said on Sunday ahead of a ratification vote on that agreement.
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These predictions were way off the mark.
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America's spend-first mentality is a genuine concern.
Apple is moving deeper into healthcare -- and big pharma is answering the call.
Rampant iPhone 7 discounting at wireless carriers across the U.S. -- and other parts of the world -- will provide a big sales lift for Apple.
Companies have to be aware of what their customers really want - unfortunately, that is often not the case.
A companys size affects how it makes decisions, and being too large can hamper disruptive potential.
Why is it so hard for an innovator to pick up on the next big thing and push past the critics?
The Industry Focus crew explains why the little guy is often much more disruptive than bigger, established players.
Bigger companies may often ignore the possibilities inherent in the disruption of niche markets, because even winning won't move the needle for them. Retail investors can take advantage of that.
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Comcast's new wireless service could help it steal back customers from the telecom companies.
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The additional range of Airbus' upcoming A321neo and A321LR aircraft will open up new business opportunities for these 2 U.S. airlines.
Ford posted its best August in its traditional 20 European markets since 2007, but the result isn't as great as it sounds.
The marine-life park operator took a hit the day it nixed its quarterly dividend, but an analyst upgrade restored investor faith in SeaWorld stock.
Buyers will be able to opt for a diesel engine when the all-new 2018 Chevy Equinox goes on sale in a few months. Here's why.
Disney's ESPN has a huge ratings lead, but Fox Sports 1 is closing the subscriber gap.
These three companies have wagered millions on moonshot concepts.
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The company is trying to gain support for new reduced risk products. Is it working? Will it help the company grow long-term?
The Chinese e-commerce speedster moves higher on no material news. It's regaining its form after last month's better-than-expected quarterly results.
Sony Pictures will begin developing and distributing virtual reality content to go along with some of its films.
This is getting serious.