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Ford will petition to avoid a recall of about 2.5 million vehicles with air-bag inflators declared defective.
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"Investors are looking at numbers unrealistically," Brian Wieser of Pivotal says.
Eric T. Schneiderman's office is launching an investigation into National Collegiate Student Loan Trusts.
Some strategists are forecasting further upside for another member of the 'FANG' gang reporting next week: Amazon.
Bringing in someone who is not a "seasoned pro" at White House communications is a "very foolish move at this juncture," GOP strategist Ron Christie said.
U.S. financial regulators will review Volcker Rule regulations on foreign funds.
Morgan Stanley strategist Mike Wilson said he was feeling "very good" ahead of the upcoming earnings week.
The U.S. has decided to drop criminal charges against former JPMorgan traders Javier Martin-Artajo and Julien Grout in the "London whale" case.
Fundstrat strategist Sam Doctor's six-month S&P 500 price target is 2,215, representing 10.5 percent downside from Thursday’s close.
Audi is fitting up to 850,000 diesel cars with new software to improve emissions performance.
The dollar could flounder unless Congress moves on tax cuts, says David Woo, Bank of America strategist.
Using Kensho, we looked at which stocks perform the best when the US dollar falls against the euro.
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Google-run tests found evidence of fake ad spaces sold on Google and Oath-owned programmatic ad platforms. They say the prevalent fraud needs to stop.
Investors should ignore politics during earnings season, said Jeffrey Kleintop, Charles Schwab chief global investment strategist.
The former hedge fund and investment conference chief lands a role in Trump's inner circle.
Consumer Watchdog is accusing Amazon of duping customers into thinking they're getting better deals than they are. Amazon calls the report "deeply flawed."
Higher interest rates hurt earnings of regional banks in the second quarter, mirroring big banks.
Most rich people who try to narrow inequality turn to philanthropy. But philanthropy won't fix inequality, Conversation reports.
Foreign money could be distorting global cities' housing markets, to the detriment of lifelong residents, N.Y. Times reports.
The founder of SkyBridge is set to take over as communications director following months of speculation and false starts.
The iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology Index ETF is on pace for its fourth-straight day of gains.
Athenahealth CEO sounded upbeat about the company's efforts to address shareholder demands for more financial discipline.
Employees who have a sense of purpose at work are high performers, more productive and likely to stay longer.
The brunch item is more popular than ever.
Wall Street has had mixed reactions so far to the prospect that tax cuts would substitute for real reform.
As Shkreli's trial ends its fourth week, fraying nerves have led to sniping between lawyers.
"Lawmakers are going to progressively put more scrutiny on these companies."
Before being called to the political sphere, he was a hedge fund financier and entrepreneur two times over.
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The AMA told senators its better to fix Obamacare, not repeal it.
Wall Street is asking companies to share their plans to attract millennials on earnings call this season.
The White House is conducting an on-camera press conference just hours after Sean Spicer abruptly resigned as press secretary.
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A sharp two-day fall in the U.S. dollar sent global equities reeling on Friday.
Anthony Scaramucci running communications is exactly what President Trump needs right now, says Jake Novak.
Shoppers are buying store brands more today than ever before. That trend could only continue as retailers grow their online offerings.
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Ford is trying to avoid a recall of 2.2 million vehicles after Japanese supplier Takata said the vehicles may have potentially defective inflators.
Investors are beginning to doubt the highest-rated properties will escape online disruption, Financial Times reports.
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Gold prices jumped Friday, boosted by increasing weakness in the dollar.
Sephora will roll out Sephora Studios across the U.S., with the first location opening in Boston this week.
British fliers have been shunning more politically volatile destinations for trips within Europe, USA Today reports.
Uber's chief U.S. rival is opening its own autonomous driving facility, and creating its own self-driving team.
There is a major strategic cost to the US alliance with the Saudis, says the National Review's Michael Brendan Dougherty.
Wall Street was spending a half-billion dollars on Mallinckrodt drug with limited evidence of effectiveness, N.Y. Times reports.
Jefferies believes the retail stock sell-off of appliance-sellers Thursday is "overdone."
The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency believes preparing residents for a missile attack cannot wait any longer.
Bourses in Europe were lower in early afternoon trade on Friday as fresh corporate earnings failed to boost shares.
McCain's vaunted status in the Senate means that everything he says counts, Newsweek reports.
A widely used farm pesticide that the Trump administration refused to ban could get restricted in California.
Active funds, hauled in $3.5 billion last week, the best showing in two and a half years.
Rex Tillerson approved of Qatar's efforts to implement an agreement aimed at combating terror financing.
The Russian lawyer who met Donald Trump Jr. allegedly counted Russia's FSB security service among her clients for years.
No one was injured in the minor derailment, MTA told NBC 4 New York, and major service changes are now in place.
What you don't know about credit scores can cost you.
You can gain control over your inbox again, here's how to remove all those newsletters and junk emails.
U.S. allies worry Russia's war games in September could be aimed at leaving behind military equipment in Belarus.
JPMorgan's Dubravko Lakos-Bujas expects earnings growth and tax reform.
Trump's golf clubs and resorts on the East Coast have long relied on hiring foreign seasonal workers, Vox reports.
President Trump's plan to put Made in America requirements on pipeline makers drew warnings from a many stakeholders.
The reasons business owners cite for not offering a 401(k) retirement plan are based on misconceptions.
Still he wasn’t “surprised” by the revelations, Recode reports.
Every form of Obamacare repeal looks more and more uncertain, Vox reports.
McCain blasted Trump amid a report that the administration is halting a CIA training program, USA Today reports.
Retailers big and small continue to look to tap into a market that has often been dubbed "hotter" than the rest: athleisure.
Self-made entrepreneurs are making millions with food trucks that offer everything — from organic ice cream to mac and cheese.
VC's who want to invest in tech for olds, not just millennials, find it at the Boomer Venture Summit.
The Virgin founder shares his secrets.
The future of headphones is wireless, with sensors designed to turn A.I., like Amazon's Alexa, into a health coach.
Want to buy a rental property? Here's a list of the Top 20 ZIP codes to consider.
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JPMorgan analysts believe Whirlpool's decline in light of Sears' announcement is "overdone."
Here are the leading cities in the U.S. to start a business in 2017, according to WalletHub.
Nuance Communications sees third-quarter earnings and revenue below Wall Street estimates.
But only at Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) for now, The Verge reports.
Berenberg says Wells Fargo will report earnings next year below Wall Street expectations due to "weak demand for credit."
Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov dismissed potential additional meeting between President Trump and Putin.
More than half of rewards program memberships are inactive, according to new data.
Ebony Media CEO Linda Johnson Rice will be the second female out of a group of nine board members and the first African-American.
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The name “Applied Optoelectronics” may not immediately grab investors’ attention, but the stock’s performance should.
There is now a talent agency based in New York that represents social-media celebrity animals.
Graduates in some Western states owe much less than the national average.
Names on the move ahead of the open.
Exxon Mobil sued the U.S. government, blasting as "unlawful" and "capricious" a $2 million fine levied against it for a three-year-old oil joint venture with Russia's Rosneft.
U.S. crude prices fell 1 percent Friday after a report said supply from OPEC will rise.
The drop in revenue came as weakness in its energy connections business offset strength in renewables and power units.
Malaysian activists and business owners are alarmed over the arrests of over 3,300 illegal workers in a crackdown.
The agenda released by the Trump administration signaled the government has halted its work on restricting Wall Street bonuses and other pay incentives.
The deeply flawed Western economic system is contributing to the worst economic recovery the world has ever seen, Chris Watling, CEO of Longview Economics, said on Friday.
Mark Corallo, the spokesman for U.S. President Donald Trump's outside legal team, said on Thursday that he has resigned.