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The author of "The Humility Imperative" says that Trump is a charismatic leader, but also displays narcissism that puts the country at a disadvantage.
The final trading day of the week, month, and quarter comes after a turbulent period for investors that followed what was a largely care-free 2017.
Stocks endured their worst week in two years as Treasury yields hit a four-year high and volatility returns to markets after an unusually placid year for markets in 2017.
Tuesday will be a big day for the U.S. consumer with McDonald's earnings and a report on consumer confidence due out in the morning.
It'll be a busy week for corporate earnings with Netflix and Starbucks serving as highlights, while the government shutdown in Washington, D.C. should remain a major headline grabber.
Delta earnings will be a highlight on another quiet economic calendar, with Friday's big economic data and earnings from the banking sector looming.
The Disney-Fox deal is official, and will include Disney acquiring Fox's regional sports networks. Here's what that means for ESPN.
After a headline-heavy Wednesday, investors will face a lighter schedule Thursday with the economic highlight coming from initial jobless claims in the morning and Dollar General’s (DG) earnings serving as a focus for retail names. Also on the calendar are earnings from retailer Conn’s (CONN) and Smith
The rumored Disney acquisition of 21st Century Fox's entertainment assets may now include Fox's regional sports networks, though not FS1. Getting those RSNs would be huge for ESPN.
ESPN is laying off at least 150 people this week from departments like studio production and digital content. The cuts come after ESPN cut more than 100 on-air personalities in April.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said "a lot of really smart people are sounding an alarm that we’re not hearing" when it comes to AI.
The NFL has a "civil war" on its hands between Jerry Jones and Roger Goodell. It is yet another sign that football cannot escape the shadow of politics this year.
Disney earnings and a reading on job openings will be highlights in a week that shouldn't see the calendar be quite as busy.
“Who’s going to beat him for the [Republican] nomination?” Valliere said at the summit. Mueller has now indicted Paul Manafort, Trump’s former campaign manager, on charges related to foreign business dealings prior to his dealings with Trump.
Dow members Goldman Sachs and IBM will be the big earnings highlights on Tuesday during what is a chaotic week for corporate earnings.