Nasdaq CEO Robert Greifeld on why President-elect Donald Trump will help grow the economy.
Home Depot Co-Founder Bernie Marcus thinks one of the most important issues the next presidential administration should focus on is the state of the American worker.
Third-quarter net income was up, but it was a competitor's buyout that caused a jump in the jewelry giant's shares in November.
Fitbit can take its time with smart wearables.
Oil futures settled in the green Monday, but pared a firmer rise, as the industry continues to enjoy a bounce inspired by OPEC's historic agreement to cut production.
Valeant's non-GAAP measures come under fire yet again.
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General Mills, which has been struggling with weaker sales for its cereal and yogurt, plans to cut between 400 and 600 jobs around the world as it restructures its business.
As opposed to the risk-off selling that many expected from the highly anticipated “No” result for the Italian referendum vote, Italy and broader Europe ETFs strengthened Monday with an appreciating euro currency. “What people thought would be a bad outcome for markets is turning positive for the third time this year,” after Brexit and the election…
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Struggling retailer Sears Holdings Corp said Chief Executive Eddie Lampert proposed to buy a bigger stake in Sears Hometown and Outlet Stores Inc, if Sears Hometown entered into a partnership related to certain brands and its home services unit.
Natural gas-related ETFs surged Monday, with gas prices nearing two-year highs, as traders bet on rising demand in response to cooler weather forecasts. On Monday, the United States Natural Gas Fund (NYSEArca: UNG) gained 5.2% and the iPath Bloomberg Natural Gas Subindex Total Return ETN (NYSEArca: GAZ) rose 7.0% as natural gas futures jumped 5.7%…
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The Mac maker pens a letter to NHTSA on automated driving policy.
Gold prices settled lower Monday as Italian voters rejected constitutional reforms as expected and prospects that the Federal Reserve may tighten monetary policy at an accelerated pace rose.
The biotech is the big loser from the American Society of Hematology meeting.
Up 62.2% year-to-date, the iShares MSCI All Peru Capped ETF (NYSEArca: EPU) is one of 2016’s best-performing emerging markets single-country ETFs. Thanks to rebounding gold and silver prices and favorable results in the country’s recent presidential election, Peru is giving global investors reasons to give the South American economy another look and that should help…
For the first time ever, more Americans shopped online than in stores over Black Friday weekend. Here's what that means.
A 5 billion euro ($5.33 billion) rescue plan for Italian bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena hung by a thread on Monday after Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's heavy defeat at a weekend referendum tipped the country into political turmoil.
A recommendation to allow continued sales of its Duchenne muscular dystrophy treatment Translarna lifted the stock into the clouds.
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Strong earnings sent shares of Air Lease and FLY Leasing skyward last month.
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How the consumer goods giant put itself back on track this year.
Achillion's foray outside of hepatitis C hits a snag.
After being denied a key permit, the pipeline company might need to find an alternative route for its controversial Dakota Access Pipeline.
Black Friday may have pulled gun sales forward as the firearms industry corrects to a more normalized growth trajectory.
The stock is up, and Hudson is cashing in.
Last week closed the books on November, and what a month it was! The most widely used index for the investment community, the S&P 500, rose 3.4 percent during the month, while the industrial and financial heavy Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 5.4 percent. Both were overshadowed by the 11 percent move by the small…