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Donald Trump's taxes still have many people scratching their heads: How did he incur such massive losses? What happened in other tax years? Is what he did legal? And how is this even possible? The U.S. tax code is notoriously complex.
While competitors such as Coca-Cola are struggling, PepsiCo is delivering rock-solid performance in the face of challenging conditions.
A report finds fewer people are parking at Atlantic City casinos, but more are staying at hotels in and around the city.
Two affiliates of activist hedge fund Elliott Management said its view on Samsung Electronics Co had not diminished, despite the company ditching its flagship Galaxy Note 7 smartphone.
Gabrielle Union is suing Black Entertainment Television, alleging the cable network wants to combine the fourth and fifth seasons of her series "Being Mary Jane" into a single season of 20 episodes in an effort to extend her contract.
The top U.S. and Canadian trade negotiators said on Wednesday they would continue talks toward a new trade agreement on softwood lumber, despite the expiration of a "standstill" period prohibiting legal challenges over the long-standing dispute.
Will this troubled Apple supplier fare better under new leaders?
Industry pundits are slowly buying into the PC kings transformation efforts.
The new online effort lets customers win free food while teaching them about the chain's ingredients.
Formerly red-hot mining stocks Barrick Gold, Silver Wheaton, and Hecla Mining are down sharply over the past three months.
Penney hasn't split its stock in a long time, but are things finally starting to turn?
It's rare for an enduring market leader performing this well to trade this conservatively.
The Chinese social-media company bounced on plans for a spinoff.
We want to find reasons not to like TPI Composites, Enterprise Products Partners, and ONEOK, but we're struggling to do so.
The Federal Reserve can be "gentle" in removing monetary stimulus since the U.S. economy has "plenty of room to run," New York Fed President William Dudley said on Wednesday.
The leading streaming service is caught up in buyout buzz and slowing subscriber growth as it approaches next Monday's quarterly report.
If you want international stock exposure, these funds are your best bets.
Danish anglers are rushing to a western Denmark fjord to catch some of the up to 80,000 farmed rainbow trout that have been accidentally released into Danish waters, hoping to keep them from upsetting the area's ecological balance.
Android may never catch up in this department.
More than 20 years had elapsed since the U.S. government estimated how many people entered the country legally and overstayed their visas.