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Recent Articles from TheStreet

China Power Firms Suspend Publication Of Coal Data, Frustrating Analysis Of Industrial Production

Jim Cramer's Read on Industrial Production

Latest data remains encouraging for economy.

United Airlines

United Airlines Faces Department of Transportation Fine

United Airlines faces a $1.9 million fine from the Department of Transportation for violating federal statutes and a DOT rule prohibiting long tarmac delays.

NYSE Trader Lead

Jim Cramer IDs an Underappreciated Investing Rule

It's not enough to just identify stocks you want to own.

Home Construction, and Regional and Community Bank ETFs Reflect a Healthy Housing Market

Jim Cramer Says Latest Housing Data is Mixed for Millenials

There are signs more rental units are being built, but single family dwellings are still tight.

Closing Bell: Rite Aid Spikes on FTC Negotiations; U.S. Stocks Fall

Rite Aid Teams With Uber Eats for Nationwide On-Demand Delivery

Rite Aid expands its on-demand delivery options, adding a partnership with Uber Technologies to deliver products nationwide through Uber Eats.

Amazon Prime Lead

Whole Foods Adds Service Fee for Amazon Prime Deliveries

Amazon's Whole Foods Market is ending free deliveries for Amazon Prime members, as it will add a $9.95 service fee beginning in October.

FedEx Lead

FedEx Is a Sell, Guilfoyle Says

Delivery giant recently missed estimates and has been late to raise prices.

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Intel Starts Construction of Two Arizona Computer Chip Factories

Intel broke ground on two new computer chip factories in Arizona as part of a $20 billion project to help meet the high demand for semiconductors in the U.S.

A technician works with genome samples at a biotech lab in Beijing. Photo: Reuters

Bret Jensen: Two Biotechs to Consider

Things are looking up for these drug companies as they make progress with the FDA