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Is it Time for Under Armour to Put Itself up for Sale?

The big question many are asking is whether Under Armour is now cheap enough to attract the attention of a suitor.

Closing Bell: Anthem Benefits From Medicaid Boost; FOMC Leaves Rates Unchanged

A selloff in utilities and energy pressures markets, while a positive quarter for Apple drives gains in the tech sector.

PepsiCo and Coca-Cola to Compete for Water Profits

Coca-Cola and PepsiCo are taking notice of the massive global demand for bottled water and its profit opportunity.

AT&T Meets Street Earnings Expectations in Fourth Quarter

AT&T met Street estimates on the bottom line and missed slightly on the top. Here are the highlights from the earnings report.

Here's What Dow 20K Means for the U.S. Economy

Dow 20,000 isn't just a number -- it's a sign of a healthy economy, according to one economist.

Will Oil and Gas Keep General Electric's Quarterly Results Down?

General Electric is set to release its fourth-quarter earnings results on Friday before the market opens.

Jim Cramer's Latest Take on General Electric Shares

Jim Cramer looks at General Electric. Its stock is down 6.6% since the start of the year.

Midday Report: Berkshire Hathaway Profit Falls; U.S. Stocks Rally

Stocks rallied and safe-haven assets fell after the FBI cleared Hillary Clinton of any wrongdoing in another investigation into her emails.

Midday Report: Constellation Brands Buys Modelo Brewery; U.S. Stocks Fluctuate

U.S. stocks fluctuate as GE headlines a busy morning for deals news and crude oil tumbles below $48 a barrel.

Jim Cramer: Apple Bid for Time Warner Unlikely

It's highly unlikely that Apple will try and top AT&T's bid for Time Warner, says Jim Cramer.