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The global slowdown, rising oil prices, inflation and rising rates have market watchers jittery.
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Shares of CBS have lagged major rivals in 2014 for the first time in years. Weak advertising sales remain a hurdle.
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Apple is set to unveil new iPads, and some expect new iMacs and the newest version of OS X as well.
Four airports will start taking temperatures of travelers from 3 West African countries.
U.S. weekly jobless claims totaled 264,000, down from the expected 290,000.
The Fed must prepare investors for an earlier interest-rate rise than many now think, a hawkish U.S. central banker said in a speech on Thursday.
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Chrysler Group on Thursday announced two global recalls of more than 900,000 cars and SUVs combined for problems that could cause fires.
House Speaker John Boehner said President Obama should "absolutely consider" an Ebola travel ban.
Goldman Sachs reported third-quarter earnings of $4.57 a share on revenue of $8.39 billion, handily beating analysts' expectations.
Wells Capital Management's Jim Paulsen told CNBC that the ongoing stock selloff could get "a little scarier yet."
The European Commission said it will work with Greece to ensure a smooth evolution of support for the country after its current bailout program ends.
With global equities seeing severe bouts of volatility, traders and investors have thrown down the gauntlet to the U.S. Federal Reserve.
The second health-care worker who tested positive for Ebola flew on Frontier Airlines the day before she reported symptoms.
What is making the market volatile is pretty obvious. What is likely to keep it volatile is a little less so.
Apple remains mum about details of its event Thursday, but some industry experts expect it may roll out more new products than usual.