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It was a mixed start to the week.
A video of what's changed in the thirty plus years since the last eclipse
Taylor Swift has already earned an enormous amount of money. With a new album and a new tour, she is ready to rake in even more cash.
Nothing's happening, but that doesn't mean you have to make something happen.
The next iteration of the iPhone will boast more Broadcom chips than in past models, which should offset other weaknesses facing the chipmaker.
Google is set to release the latest version of its mobile operating system, Android O, on Monday, Aug. 21.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on some stocks and also discusses his thinking on Amazon.
A new business emerges in China.
JPMorgan is committing $200 billion to clean-energy financing.
Alibaba is surging on Wall Street, but many Americans don't actually know what the company does.
After earnings, Coach CEO Victor Luis discusses Amazon, retail and Kate Spade.
The two were tied earlier this year.
Collectively, China's web giants are growing even faster than their U.S. counterparts.
ESPN will give sports fans using an Apple TV the opportunity to live stream various channels simultaneously.
Markets don't always go up, which is why Jim Cramer wants you to know how to deal with major selloffs and unpredictability.
The rally in AAPL stock has seen dwindling positive money flow.
Estee Lauder has figured out something that so few really have.
Estée Lauder has figured out something that so few really have.
The Hindenburg Omen flashed a warning again.
Samsung looks for new growth projects
Jim Cramer says the calendar and the momentum holders are coalescing to produce selling. Here's what investors should do about it.
The Dow snaps a four-day winning streak.