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Waste Management Jumps on 'Exceptional' Earnings, Strong 2018 Guidance

Waste Management Jumps on 'Exceptional' Earnings, Strong 2018 Guidance

CEO Jim Fish says 2017 was 'arguably the best year in the company's history.'

These Were the 3 Hottest Stories on Wall Street Thursday

These Were the 3 Hottest Stories on Wall Street Thursday

All three major indices gained more than 1% Thursday.

The 3 Hottest Stories on Wall Street Thursday

The 3 Hottest Stories on Wall Street Thursday

All three indices were in the green Thursday.

Buffett, Cisco and Everything Else You Need to Know Before You Trade Thursday

Buffett, Cisco and Everything Else You Need to Know Before You Trade Thursday

Hopefully, someday you'll love anything as much as Warren Buffett loves Apple. These are the stories you must watch Thursday.

Consumer Prices Rise More Than Expected, Adding to Inflation Signs

Consumer Prices Rise More Than Expected, Adding to Inflation Signs

The core consumer price index, which excludes volatile items like energy and food, climbs 0.3% in January. Economists surveyed by FactSet had projected a 0.2% rise on average.

Big Xerox Investor Sues to Block Fuji Deal

Big Xerox Investor Sues to Block Fuji Deal

Darwin Deason charges that the document technology company's joint venture with Fuji blocked any chance that it had at conducting a fair sales process

These Are the Hottest Stories on Wall Street Tuesday

These Are the Hottest Stories on Wall Street Tuesday

Markets were falling in early afternoon trading Tuesday.

Amazon, AmerisourceBergen and Everything Else You Need to Know Before You Trade

Amazon, AmerisourceBergen and Everything Else You Need to Know Before You Trade

With Dow futures pointed south, it looks to be another interesting day on Wall Street. Here's what you need to know.

3 Healthcare Stocks to Buy After the Market's Beating

3 Healthcare Stocks to Buy After the Market's Beating

'We see attractive entry points for many stocks in our universe,' RBC writes.

General Electric Stock May Still Have Much Further to Fall

General Electric Stock May Still Have Much Further to Fall

J.P. Morgan analyst Stephen Tusa lowered his price target on GE from $16 to $14, citing the company's continuing underperformance and challenged fundamentals.