The Senate on Friday night passed a short-term spending bill to fund the government through April after Democrats pulled back from a threat to hold up the bill over a dispute involving health benefits for retired coal miners.
Voters from both political parties may be confident in their conflicting predictions for a Trump presidency, but what it means for investors is far from certain.
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Legendary journalist Bob Woodward spills the beans on Pentagon waste.
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The country's incentive tax could hinder 2017 sales for major automakers.
Midsize airlines are posting some of the best results in the airline industry. Last month, they got rewarded for their strong performance with double-digit gains.
While it can sometimes make sense to take Social Security as early as possible, here are three bad reasons to claim benefits at 62.
Amazon, Facebook, and Microsoft are my top tech picks for next year.
Both opened new casinos near each other, but one stumbled while the other soared.
If legalized, Canada's cannabis industry could be worth $4.5 billion by 2021.
If you're looking at solar industry giant Canadian Solar Inc., there are a few things you should know.
The digital music-streaming service with the largest subscriber base rolls out its long overdue on-demand platform.
By Tim Clift via Iris.xyz Those in the investment community’s inner circle acknowledge that David Swensen, who runs the Yale Endowment, has an enviable investment record—who wouldn’t want the kudos that accompany running a $25 Billion fund and outperforming by close to 30% more than its nearest competitor in 2015? Most individual investors’ portfolios won’t grow…
These three tax breaks could save you thousands on tuition expenses.
It wasn't the best month for silver miners, but it was a big-picture thing that really drove the negative sentiment.
Let's hope he doesn't do to this spinoff what he's done to its former parent.
Texas Instruments has managed to grow revenue -- and its stock price -- while InvenSense has faltered.
Six months ago, TASER entered the Canadian market. It's already receiving a warm welcome.
Under Armour has had a massive year, regardless of what the stock price says. These highlights show what 2017 and the years ahead could hold for this company and stock.
Fitbit's stock price has been hammered this year over growth concerns. However, the climbing number of active users could be a telling sign of Fitbit's future opportunities.
Lobster, chicken wings, pineapple meatless burgers, and other test products were quickly shut down -- but one business idea takes the potato cake and has had lasting consequences, though the brand has staged a comeback lately.
These three drone stocks weren't great performers in 2016, but the companies made solid strides in improving their drone businesses.
There were dueling trends in the thermal coal industry in November, heres why some miners did well and one fell flat.
By Jay Jacobs via Iris.xyz The energy sector has become increasingly segmented as the low oil price environment has disproportionately challenged certain parts of the energy value chain, while leaving others relatively intact. In the analysis below, we examine the relative consistency of the midstream MLP space compared to the broader energy space, and discuss potential…