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Target is reporting that first-quarter profits jumped almost 8 percent as attempts to turn around its business appear to be gaining some traction.
By Rod Smyth, RiverFront Investment Group A lesson regarding economic growth and stock volatility Historically, long-term investors have not benefitted from betting against the combination of capitalism and democracy, even when global politics have been unsettled, unless the world’s stock markets are grossly overvalued – like they were in the late 1990s. In essence, humans…
An Air Canada flight from Jamaica to Toronto was diverted to Orlando, Florida, after authorities say a passenger became aggressive, attacked the crew with coffee pots and tried to open the cabin door.
The Latest on Greece's general strike (all times local): 1:35 p.m. Greek riot police in central Athens have fired tear gas at protesting youths as anti-austerity protests turned violent.
Target reported a smaller-than-expected drop in quarterly comparable sales on Wednesday, as sales picked up in March after a slow start to the quarter.
A company known for selling business cards and other customized publishing products is planning a 125-person sales office in Rhode Island.
As Airbnb's "Trips" feature gains steam, hotels aren't the only companies that should be worried.
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Goya Foods has decided not to sponsor New York City's annual Puerto Rican Day parade, saying it was a business decision.
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Iranian state media says four ATR 72-600s are being delivered, the first installment of a deal with the French manufacturer to purchase 20 passenger planes following the lifting of sanctions under the 2015 nuclear deal.
When Universal Orlando Resort opens its new water park later this month, it will debut a new wristband that eliminates lines and the need for wallets.
Stuttgart prosecutors say they're investigating whether Volkswagen CEO Matthias Mueller, among others, manipulated markets by not releasing information about VW's diesel cheating soon enough.
The global economic, financial and political landscape has never been shakier, but the world's rich are confident they can steer through the fog of uncertainty in the coming year "without so much as a dent in their finances", a survey showed on Wednesday.
South Korea's new president has named a long-time shareholder rights advocate to lead the country's antitrust regulator.
Another year of big premium increases and dwindling choice is looking like a distinct possibility for many consumers who buy their own health insurance — but why, and who's to blame?
Asian stock benchmarks were mostly lower on Wednesday as investors watched for the latest developments in the standoff between U.S. President Donald Trump and his former FBI director.
Greek workers have walked off the job across the country for a nationwide general strike expected to disrupt public and private sector services.
While other circuses go on around the world, the most famous one of all is just about over.
The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is drawing to a close this weekend after 146 years of performances and travel that at times have been marred by tragedy and celebrated in film, but also constant.