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Apple sent out invitations Tuesday for its highly-anticipated Sept 10 event, one that may believe will detail the iPhone 5S, 5C, and iOS 7 offerings.
The Dow is up 0.37 percent today and stands at 15,067. These stocks are moving the Dow now.
Viacom can thank two films from Paramount Pictures for the fiscal third quarter’s 20 percent increase in profit.
Boeing -- the Pentagon’s second-largest contractor after Lockheed Martin -- has been accused two times in the past two years of pricing parts excessively.
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Intel reported its fourth straight quarter of sales declines and its third consecutive year-over-year drop in quarterly profit.
Statements from China's President Xi Jinping indicate that fast economic growth is not all that the Chinese government cares about.
Ford's CEO has expressed concerns about the yet throughout this year, but on Thursday he said Japan was “absolutely” manipulating its currency.
Ford's CEO forecasts that a majority of future exports will come from its nine global platforms, especially highlighting India and the Asia-Pacific.
Teva Pharmaceutical and Sun Pharmaceutical agreed Wednesday to pay $2.15 billion in patent-infringement damages to Pfizer and Takeda Pharmaceutical.
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A review of the European Central Bank's bond-buying program will result in a showdown between the German central bank and the ECB later this week.
The IRS scandal is starting to trickle down the hierarchy, as two employees have been placed on leave after accepting free food at a 2010 conference in Anaheim.
The power of central banking has been on display recently, with emerging markets experiencing a slowdown as investors worry about a lack of future Fed stimulus.
The Midwest has been experiencing problems with tornadoes in Oklahoma followed by flooding. The storms severely affected Oklahoma City on Friday, leaving at least nine dead, including two children.
Increased domestic production and fewer imports have the U.S. booming on the world energy stage.
The Dow is up 0.59 percent today and stands at 13,332. These stocks are moving the Dow now...
Dimon may have escaped, but several of the bank’s directors who sit on its risk committee continue to feel the force of investor anger.