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As long-time investors know, avoiding risk entirely isn’t realistic, but these companies know how to minimize it.
Palo Alto Networks is pulling the right strings to take advantage of the cybersecurity market.
The vanishing media platform and camera company has more than an identity problem.
Not all dividends are created equal, but these three stocks will be paying cash to investors for a long time to come.
In a strange twist, the newest retail store from Nordstrom will carry no inventory. Instead, the company hopes a unique menu of services will provide a rich enough experience to connect with shoppers -- a trend that is growing quickly in the brick-and-mortar world.
Figures on government spending and debt in millions of dollars.
President Donald Trump says he has not made a decision yet on whether he will re-nominate Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen for another term but says he respects her "a lot."
Here's what really happened when Face ID failed on stage at Apple's iPhone X event.
It's not just your bank account or credit cards you may have to worry about. The recent breach exposed countless Social Security numbers, and with that comes the potential for criminals to mess with your benefits.
Motel 6 says its employees in Phoenix will no longer work with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents following news reports its workers were apparently reporting on guests they believed were in the United States illegally.
Prime-time viewership numbers compiled by Nielsen for Sept. 4-10.
Houston's mayor on Thursday chose the former head of U.S. operations for one of the world's largest oil companies to lead the city's Harvey recovery effort, hoping he'll help make the city "more resilient" for when the next big storm hits.
Hurricane Irma was a record-setter for The Weather Channel, too.
Analysts have some strong opinions about Apple after the company's iPhone X event -- and these opinions are mostly one-sided.
___ Google hit with class action lawsuit over gender pay MENLO PARK, Calif.
Congress' nonpartisan budget analysts expect average premiums for individually purchased health insurance to grow 15 percent next year, largely because it's unclear if President Donald Trump will let federal subsidies to insurers continue.
The oil giant’s stock is near the triple-digit mark, which is where companies often split their stock.
Fewer people are living in poverty in Detroit, although the former car and manufacturing giant still has the highest rate among the nation's 20 largest cities, according to updated census estimates.
Orange and grapefruit groves in Florida took a massive hit after Hurricane Irma ravaged the state, flooding major metropolitan areas and knocking out power for nearly 15 million people.
A look at the AP Municipal Bond Index for Thursday, Sept. 14: BIGGEST MOVER: Nine-year bonds.