The specter of a Trump presidency loomed over Wall Street on Thursday as investors wrestled with the changes and uncertainty the new administration could bring.
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Steven Mnuchin waded into an unexpectedly murky swamp on Thursday: answering for undisclosed interests and millions of dollars in assets.
Executive Chairman Paul Jacobs took a jab at the Federal Trade Commission's antitrust lawsuit at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Thursday.
The fifth-generation Lexus responds to the urging of Toyota's president for more exciting and aggressively designed vehicles.
Binge-watching has become an integral part of modern TV viewing, and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings is taking every opportunity to remind viewers that it's not offered on Time Warner's HBO.
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Apple and Alphabet could cash in.
Hewlett Packard Enterprises has seen its share price stumble, but Jim Cramer calls the stock's pullback a mere "bump in the road."
Wolfe Research analyst said Wyndham Worldwide (WYN) could return 19% more value to shareholders if it merges with Choice Hotels (CHH).
Big Blue reported better-than-expected results for the 2016 fourth quarter on Thursday, helped in part by its cloud services segment. But its stock dropped after an initial surge.
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TJX and COST have other positives to fall back on.
Jim Cramer says President-elect Donald Trump's proposed tax on imported goods will hurt U.S. department-store stocks "very much," but that two of his favorite picks should weather the storm.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell for its fifth straight session in the countdown to the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.
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Shares of General Electric are lower for the fifth straight session as earnings near.
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average falls for its fifth straight session on Thursday, further distancing itself from recent records, in the countdown to the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted out that the report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration was 'very positive.'
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