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Russia Says it Will Retaliate Against the United States

The escalating dispute between the United States and Russia is the worst since the Cold War.

U.S. Expels 35 Russian Diplomats for Interference in Presidential Election

The U.S. takes action against Russia related to hacking and interference with the U.S. presidential election.

3 Chinese Traders Charged With Insider Trading, U.S. Says

Three Chinese individuals have been charged in a Manhattan federal court with insider trading.

Jim Cramer on the Future of the Yahoo! and Verizon Deal

The latest news of hackers targeting Yahoo! accounts puts Verizon's plans to purchase the company for $4.8 billion in jeopardy

Closing Bell: Yahoo! and Verizon Deal Could Fall Apart; Stocks Climb

Wall Street rebounded from a selloff a day earlier as markets adjusted to forecasts for a quickened pace of rate hikes next year.

U.S. Stocks Edge Higher After Fed's Interest Rate Hike, Consumer Prices Increase 1.7%

U.S. stocks edge higher at the open Thursday on the heels of the Fed's decision to raise interest rates and positive consumer price data.

Yahoo!'s Latest Data Breach Is Serious

Yahoo!'s data breach is more serious than a prior breach and could compromise its deal with Verizon.

Stocks Point to Higher Start After Fed Interest Rate Bump

Stocks are pointing to a higher start after snapping a 7 session winning streak as the Federal Reserve raised rates and indicated more hikes are to come in 2017.

As IBM Talks Hiring Deloitte CTO Stays Bullish

IBM CEO Ginni Rometty's plan to hire 25,000 people in the U.S. should not be an anomaly because there is no better time to be starting a career in technology.

Quest Diagnostics Investigates Third-Party Data Breach

Shares of Quest Diagnostics were slightly higher Tuesday after announcing an investigation into a data breach by a third-party that affected the health records of 34,000 people.