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The 10 most interesting and adorable things in Snap's IPO filing

Snap's hotly anticipated IPO filing unveils much about the company's risks, vision and co-founders.

Alibaba plans to win over Southeast Asia through more than just acquisitions

The region might be the next big opportunity for the e-commerce giant to shed home market reliance.

Alibaba Targets Thailand With Latest International Expansion Push

Alibaba further expands in Southeast Asia, a fragmented e-commerce market without a strong competitor like Amazon.

Oil companies can be good, bad or ugly, even as oil recovers

Oil prices are nearing the widely perceived break-even point of $50 a barrel, but recovery also depends on where oil and gas assets are located.

Chesapeake Energy takes small step to shink debt load

Investors in the natural gas and oil company have traded $153 million in debt for new shares that represent a 4.1% stake.

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Wells Fargo Stock Lower On Report of Major Mortgage Market Retreat

Wells Fargo could be looking at a major reduction in its once market-leading mortgage business, Bloomberg reported over the weekend.

Oil Prices Slide Below $90 A Barrel As China Demand Fades, U.S. Output Rises

Surging U.S. output, set against fading demand from China, as global oil prices on the back foot again Monday and adding further downward pressure to domestic gas prices.

Turquoise Hill Stock Plunges After Rejecting $2.7 Billion Rio Tinto Buyout Offer

“Oyu Tolgoi is an attractive tier one asset, and we remain highly focused on and optimistic about its transformation into one of the world’s great copper mines," Turquoise Hill said.

Over 1.7 Million Fords And Lincolns Are At Risk Of Being Recalled

The National Highway Transit Safety Administration received over 50 complaints over brake hose ruptures.