Despite a host of global economic challenges through the course of 2016, in the third quarter U.S. equity markets once again proved their resilience as the major averages capped the thee-month period higher.
Julian Castro, secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, wants to extend the American dream to everyone by making it more affordable to own a home.
The Presidential election may be dividing America but we should come together on a common need: Upgrading our nation's decaying infrastructure.
Former Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) on how Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton could impact the civil liberties of Americans.
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Former UBS Americas CEO Robert Wolf on his friendship with President Obama and acting as his economic advisor.
Former UBS Americas CEO Robert Wolf on the fallout from the scandal over Wells Fargo's retail sales practices, his firm 32 Advisors and investing in U.S. infrastructure and drones.
Dont believe GoPro's and InvenSenses big promises about the VR market.
Former UBS Americas CEO Robert Wolf on Donald Trump's warning the U.S. is in a bubble, the Federal Reserve, Donald Trump's and Hillary Clinton's economic plans and the potential fallout from Deutsche Bank.
Fox News Contributor Tammy Bruce and former Bush 43 Presidential Writer Ned Ryun weigh in on Donald Trump's new attack ad against Hillary Clinton.
Celgenes deal-making genius tilts the odds in favor of its investors.
Two just-released products could lead to upside for Apple's business -- and possibly shareholders, too.
FBN's Lou Dobbs on how the liberal media is biased against Donald Trump.
Trump Campaign Senior Advisor Jack Kingston on Donald Trump defending his comments about former Miss Universe Alicia Machado.
Griffin Capital Chief Economist Randy Anderson and 'The Trump Factor' Author Brad Thomas on the future of globalism and how the U.S. will hand over control of the Internet to the United Nations
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Here are a handful of companies making noise, big moves, or big headlines in the markets this week.
The global consulting company reported $9 billion in new bookings in the fourth quarter.
Gold Star parent Billy Vaughn, whose Navy Seal son was killed in Afghanistan, sounds off on President Obama's refusal to say 'radical Islamic terror.'
Miami Beach Mayor Phillip Levine, Political Analyst Gina Loudon and XL Alliance Co-founder Enrique Arbelaez on whether new legal immigrants will vote for Hillary Clinton.
GlaxoSmithKline PLC has agreed to pay $20 million to resolve U.S. regulators' allegations that the pharmaceutical giant's China operations bribed officials to boost drug sales.
Federal aviation officials are satisfied that Allegiant Air is taking steps to address problems that inspectors found during a three-month review of the low-cost airline.
Rasmussen Reports Founder Scott Rasmussen and Polling Expert John Johnson on the new Fox News post-debate polls.
Restructuring firm PJT Partners will step down as financial advisor to Brazilian phone carrier Oi SA , which filed for the country's largest-ever bankruptcy protection in June, two sources with direct knowledge of the matter said on Friday.
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ETF Trends publisher/editor Tom Lydon spoke with David Mann, Head of ETF Capital Markets at Franklin Templeton Investments, at the Morningstar ETF Conference in Chicago that ran Sept. 7-9, 2016. Mann discussed the unique ETF strategy that Franklin Templeton Investments’ offers. Click here to watch on YouTube!
Alice Hoagland, whose son was aboard United Airlines flight 93 as it was hijacked and crashed by terrorists on 9/11, explains why she is suing Saudi Arabia.
A consortium of investors, which includes advisory firm Glass Lewis & Co founder Gregory Taxin, revealed a 5.2 percent stake in SeaWorld Entertainment Inc and said it would engage in talks with the embattled theme park operator's management.
Despite recent buyout rumors, the big bike maker is apparently staying public, but it may want to seriously consider the benefits of the alternative.
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With global unrest becoming the norm, we are reminded humanitarians do still exist and are making a difference.
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U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro on the housing market.
While a Twitter acquisition could be a wise strategic move for many tech companies, investors have to wonder: Is there be a better use for that cash?