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  • 5 Dividend Stocks to Consider Selling Now

    Thinkstock With interest rates in the basement and likely to stay there for some time, investors have, for good reason, flocked to dividend-paying stocks. But demand has pushed up the prices of many popular ...
  • Lawmakers demand information on EpiPen price increase

    Members of Congress are demanding more information on why the price for lifesaving EpiPens has skyrocketed. EpiPens are injection devices used to ward off potentially fatal allergic reactions, and the price has surged in recent years. Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, wrote Mylan, the company that…

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  • Retire Wealthy: The Millennial March to $1,000,000

    It is possible for Millennials to retire with $1,000,000, if they take the right steps and make the necessary sacrifices now.

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    Cramer: Forget biotech! THIS is the next red-hot takeover...

    Jim Cramer isn't salivating about biotech acquisitions like everyone else. Instead, he says this group is the next fiery group to watch.

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  • California high court upholds ban on dredges to extract gold

    California's ban on the use of suction dredges to extract gold from rivers is legal and not overridden by a 19th century federal law that allows mining on federal land, the California Supreme Court ruled ...

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  • Campaign's rising rent at Trump Tower came as space expanded

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump's campaign is taking up more space inside Trump Tower in New York -- and paying a lot more in rent.

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    How Apple has changed since Tim Cook took over from Steve Jobs

    Apple CEO Tim Cook took the helm from Steve Jobs five years ago, but his legacy will be defined more by what he does in the next five years.

  • Another Portuguese bank needs help, this time for $5.7B

    LISBON, Portugal (AP) — For Portuguese taxpayers fed up with coming to the rescue of troubled banks, there's bad news: another one needs help.

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  • Why markets may be setting up for a Yellen surprise

    Markets are only half listening to the Fed – and that leaves room for a bigger reaction if Fed Chair Janet Yellen sounds hawkish.

  • VW sees car output back to normal by Monday after supplier deal

    HAMBURG/BERLIN (Reuters) - Volkswagen said on Wednesday production of cars at its German plants should be back to normal by next Monday after it resolved a dispute with parts suppliers over contract terms. The dispute with suppliers Car Trim and ES Automobilguss, which had stopped deliveries of…

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    A World Without Screens? It's Going to Happen, Says Meta

    Aug. 23 -- Meta is a San Francisco-based augmented reality company that envisions a world without computer screens or physical mobile phones. Bloomberg TV hosts Amber Mac and Anthony Lacavera find out from Meta's VP of Partnerships Ryan Pamplin why computers should be a natural extension of us, and…

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  • U.S. crude down 3 percent after big stockpile build report

    Oil prices tumbled on Wednesday, with U.S. crude falling more than 3 percent, after an unexpectedly large inventory build in the world's biggest oil consumer renewed worries about oversupply. The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported that crude inventories rose 2.5 million barrels…

  • Will 15,000 New Emails Be Clinton’s ‘October Surprise’?

    In the latest chapter of the long saga of Hillary Clinton’s woeful mishandling of highly sensitive government documents and email, the government confirmed on Monday that the FBI uncovered nearly 15,000 previously undisclosed documents that Clinton sent or received during her four years as…

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  • 10 Questions to Ask Before You Hire a Financial Advisor

    Many Americans attempt to navigate the complex world of investing and retirement planning on their own, when guidance from a qualified financial advisor could make a world of difference. The value of a financial advisor goes beyond investing your portfolio, says Beth D. Lynch, certified financial…

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  • Turkish Military Campaign Against Islamic State Pressures Stocks

    Turkish stocks slumped the most among global equity markets as the country’s armed forces began bombing Islamic State positions in Syria, stoking concerns among investors about a worsening security situation....

  • Astro-Med posts 2Q profit

    The West Warwick, Rhode Island-based company said it had profit of 17 cents per share. The printer and electronic instrument maker posted revenue of $25.3 million in the period. Astro-Med shares have climbed ...

    Associated Press
  • Lumbering state companies become hot stock market bet

    India's state-owned companies, from builders such as NBCC to oil firms such as Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd, are attracting top investors as cheap valuations, improving earnings, and share buybacks make them stand out in an otherwise expensive market. Many of the biggest state-owned companies are in…