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LeBron James will soon rejoin the Cleveland Cavaliers for training camp but he had some business to take care of first.
A hypothetical Scottish index, made up of UK listed companies based in Scotland, has been left relatively untouched by the referendum.
Despite adjustments for the Labor Day holiday the previous week, mortgage applications surged last week, even amid rising rates.
Alibaba's Jack Ma told reporters this week that Alibaba plans to aggressively expand in the U.S. and Europe after its initial public offering.
Microsoft announced the smallest percentage increase in its dividend since 2009 and appointed new directors to replace two board members.
Activist investor Nelson Peltz's Trian Fund Management has called for a break up of DuPont, The Wall Street Journal reported.
The most senior U.S. military officer has raised the possibility that American troops might need to take on a larger role in Iraq's ground war against Islamic State militants.
The CEO of one of Europe's biggest asset managers has warned that markets will undoubtedly face a tough day on Friday.
The latest survey found 48 percent of Scots would vote in favor of independence, while 52 percent would vote against.
The world economy is going through a rough patch, yet the world's billionaire population is at an all-time high.
The PBoC's liquidity injections into China's top lenders are viewed by some analysts as the major stimulus move markets have been waiting. But not everyone agrees.
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Only three things matter to the market right now: the Fed, the Fed and the Fed.
The league's official beer sponsor said it was 'not yet satisfied' with the way the NFL was handling recent off-field misconduct.
The Fed could surprise markets Wednesday because of the wide divergence in Wall St. views about its next move.
Asia might be the place to be for females working in finance, an industry infamous for its grueling hours and male-dominated management culture.
The e-commerce giant has spent over $4 billion on just four acquisitions in the first half of 2014.
Wal-Mart's VP of corporate communications is leaving after a background check revealed he hadn't finished his college degree.
The US rejected most of a $511 million loan request, dealing a blow to one of Andrew Cuomo just weeks ahead of state elections.