Julia Sun

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GE Sees More Divestitures in 2015, Light Bulb Division Likely to Go

GE Sees More Divestitures in 2015, Light Bulb Division Likely to Go

General Electric says it's planning to sell off more of its businesses in 2015.

Alaska Airlines Pushes for Fingerprint Scanning at Check-in

Alaska Airlines Pushes for Fingerprint Scanning at Check-in

The sixth largest airline in the U.S. is pushing for shorter lines at the airport by scanning your fingerprint.

World Market Sells Off, Tesla Unveils All-Wheel-Drive Model S

World Market Sells Off, Tesla Unveils All-Wheel-Drive Model S

U.S. futures are down on Friday after Thursday's big selloff. European indexes are dropping for the 4th straight day on concerns for growth.

Interest Rates to Stay Low, Federal Reserve Worries About Europe and Asia

Interest Rates to Stay Low, Federal Reserve Worries About Europe and Asia

The Federal Reserve is worried about the lack growth overseas and wants to keep the rates low for the time being.

Fiat Chrysler Hitch Ride Mastermind Marchionne to Move On

Fiat Chrysler Hitch Ride Mastermind Marchionne to Move On

Fiat and Chrysler will become one this Sunday. The man behind this historic hitch ride, Sergio Marchionne, will move on.

Five U.S. Airports to Step up Ebola Screening, Include JFK and O'Hare

Five U.S. Airports to Step up Ebola Screening, Include JFK and O'Hare

Five major U.S. airports will ramp up Ebola screening starting on Saturday.

J.C. Penney Wants Old Customers Back and Ditches Plan of Luxury

J.C. Penney Wants Old Customers Back and Ditches Plan of Luxury

J.C. Penney customers left in the last few years because stores were up scaled and coupons were eliminated. It cut its third quarter same-stores sales forecast Wednesday.

Back-to-School Discounts and Pleasant Fall Weather Lift Costco Sales

Back-to-School Discounts and Pleasant Fall Weather Lift Costco Sales

Costco reported a 13% increase in profits in the most recent quarter, topping estimates for the first time in five quarters at $1.58 a share.

Monsanto Hit With Losses Again as Farmers Abandon Corn Fields

Monsanto Hit With Losses Again as Farmers Abandon Corn Fields

Monsanto on Wednesday reported a loss of $156 million for its fiscal fourth quarter.

S&P 500 Companies Spend 95% of Profits on Buybacks, Not Wages or CapEx

S&P 500 Companies Spend 95% of Profits on Buybacks, Not Wages or CapEx

American companies have rarely spent so much to buyback their own shares as they are now.