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Lobbying firms representing corporations and industry associations have spent years pouring money into Cantor’s campaigns
As boomers obsess about launching their Millennial offspring and form new types of households the financial industry is refocusing on what family means.
Defraud investors of more than $200 million, go to jail for a couple of years, then pocket $100 million as a reformed motivational speaker. That’s the lucrative...
Office Depot shares climbed 10 percent upon news of the ailing retailer's decision to close 400 stores, due to declining sales as customers shift online
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Cue, ‘The Women of Wall Street’
The S&P 500 reached a record high Tuesday after falling in the early weeks of 2014.
Andrew Greene claims he was shown as a "criminal and drug user with misogynistic tendencies"
A need for more movie theaters is making China keep a tight grip on its foreign film quota
Luckily, Scorcese made out better than his characters did
'What gets my mom to sign up for your service?' asks one Wall Street analyst
The company's stock was down almost 7 percent Tuesday morning after markets opened
Stocks fall 6 percent in after hours trading, despite record revenues
U.S. stocks tumbled again Friday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling triple digits and recording its worst week since May of 2012. The Dow Jones fell...
What do you do when you're too famous to practice talking to strangers face to face? Make some prank calls
Hundreds of people are searching for him
It's the first known probe into questionable mortgage bond sales after the meltdown
Foreign markets are cutting Martin Scorsese's latest film -- or refusing to show it altogether