Wall Street's Back in Business

The historic U.S. election jolted Wall Street trading desks, buoying investor confidence and sparking activity that pushed the five biggest U.S. investment banks to sharply higher fourth-quarter profits.





Raines, Bagwell, Rodriguez Elected To Baseball Hall Of Fame

Tim Raines, Jeff Bagwell and Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez were elected into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Wednesday, while Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens received the most votes of their candidacies to date, suggesting that the taint of baseball's steroid era is washing away and that they could eventually be voted in.

Netflix adds more subscribers than expected

Netflix Inc's international and U.S. subscriber additions sped past analysts' estimates as the video streaming service released shows including the award-winning British drama "The Crown" and a revival of "Gilmore Girls."

Canadian Pacific accelerates CEO's retirement

Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. is accelerating the retirement of CEO Hunter Harrison by about six months after he inquired about the possibility of working with other major freight railroads.