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Shareholders of Exact Sciences , a company focused on noninvasive cancer detection, have had a rough year.
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What happened? Swedish industrial metals 3D printing company Arcam AB announced on Thursday that its Canadian subsidiary AP&C is building a new titanium powder processing plant to meet rising demand, driven by the fast growth of 3D printing.
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With over 17,000 locations between the two of them, Domino's Pizza and Papa John's International serve millions of pizzas every year.
If you're like me, you have an affinity for shares of companies that pay dividends -- especially dividends with a little heft to them.
Sales of previously-owned homes in America popped much more than Wall Street expected, data from the National Association of Realtors showed on Friday.
Big sales of loaded F-150 pickups helped push Ford's profits to record levels last quarter.
Oil futures on Friday scored a more than 3% gain for the week with production outages in Africa and Canada expected to help ease the glut of crude supplies.
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This deal is all about natural gas, and will consolidate a major project with multiple partners.
E-commerce titan Amazon.com is famous for its willingness to take big risks.
Gold futures fell on Friday, posting a loss of about 1.6% for the week, on concerns that the U.S. Federal Reserve may raise interest rates at its meeting next month.
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Oil futures lost more ground after data from Baker Hughes showed that the number of active U.S. rigs drilling for crude was unchanged after falling over the last eight weeks in a row.
2016 isn't even half over, but already, analysts are starting to place their bets on 2017 .