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Home Depot Computer System Hacked, Secret Service to Investigate

Shares of home depot ended the day lower on Tuesday after the company confirmed that hackers broke into its computer system connecting thousands of stores in the U.S and Canada.

What to Watch on Wall Street for Monday, Sept. 8, 2014

We keep an eye on Chinese e-commerce giant, Alibaba Group (BABA) as it kicks off a global roadshow in New York ahead of its initial public offering.

Jim Cramer Says Use Weakness in Home Depot to Buy Home Depot

Home Depot is the potential source of a large data breach but Jim Cramer says the weakness in Home Depot is a buying opportunity.

Amazon Debuts Credit Card Reader With Prices That Undercut Rivals

Amazon has debuted Amazon Local Register, that lets small businesses process payments through smartphones, tablets and Kindles.

American Express Beats Street as Cardmembers Spent More

It appears that more and more people were paying with their Amex cards in the latest quarter as profits at the credit card company grew 10% from 2013.

Consumer Confidence Rockets to Highest Level Since October 2007

Consumer confidence for July jumps to 90.9, the highest reading since October 2007 as the economy was slipping into a recession.

Amex Fully Valued But Sallie Mae and Discover Have Room To Run

The strong dollar will not hurt American Express too much because the majority of its business is domestic.

Visa Cuts Revenue Growth Forecast, Analyst Sees Underlying Health

Shares of credit card processor Visa slipped Friday trading after the company reported better-than-expected fiscal third-quarter earnings but trimmed its forecast for annual revenue growth.

Pro Golfer Rickie Fowler on Getting Americans Back Into the Sport

Professional golfer Rickie Fowler reveals the reasons why golf has been on the decline in America and how he's trying to lure players back into the game.

LendingTree CEO: New Credit Platform Scoring Big With Borrowers

LendingTree is expanding beyond its legacy mortgage comparison business with a personalized credit monitoring platform, said the company's CEO Douglas Lebda.