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Gold has been trapped in a range over $1,300 per ounce, even as a raft of geopolitical tensions remain unresolved.
Cutrale and investment firm Safra have made a $610.5 million cash offer to acquire Chiquita, rivalling a stock agreement with Fyffes.
More than 150 economic fugitives, many of whom are corrupt officials or suspected of graft in China, are at large in the United States.
Samsung Electronics appears to be losing its shine for investors, with one long-time bull slashing his price target on the stock.
President Obama and the FDA have approved to send sample doses of an experimental drug to treat Liberian doctors infected with Ebola.
Although strategists say it's too early to sound the all clear for the market, signs suggest it may be poised for a big downdraft.
A major shift is underway in the energy sector. Cramer thinks the ripple will be big.
Safe-haven assets such as U.S. Treasurys and bunds may be rising amid geopolitical risks, but some don't think it's flight-to-safety bid.
Cramer thinks many of the nation’s largest companies are grappling with slow growth and the challenges it presents.
NCAA autonomy will allow the most powerful conferences in college sports to redefine the "student-athlete."
President Barack Obama pledged to support Iraqi President Fouad Massoum and newly nominated prime minister-designate Haider Abadi.
Two investment firms said they would buy half of the portfolio companies held by JPMorgan Chase & Co's private equity business, One Equity Partners.
Wall Street is dipping back in to the junk bond market after the rout in high-yield corporates.
Russia's actions in Ukraine are designed to mollify nationalists and preserve Vladimir Putin's hold on power, Hermitage Capital CEO Bill Browder said.
Securities regulators have filed fraud charges against the state of Kansas, alleging offering documents failed to disclose risks to investors.
A ruling in the Ed O'Bannon case and a move by the NCAA itself have paved the way for big changes in college athletics.
Is the world ready for genetically modified babies? Here's how close we really are, explains Jessica Cussins of the Center for Genetics and Society.
The Postal Service continued to bleed money despite an increase in package revenues and an emergency price hike in January.
The White House launched a new team to improve government websites and upgrade U.S. technology infrastructure.