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Stocks See Global Selloff as U.S. Election Race Tightens

European and Asian stock markets are moving lower as the election in the U.S. tightens.

Shares of Samsung, Ericsson and Fortinet in Early Trading Wednesday

A cautious start for Wall Street this Wednesday ahead of the release of minutes from the last Fed meeting.

Samsung Slashes Profit Forecast on the Galaxy Note 7 Crisis

Smartphone maker Samsung has cut its profit forecast by 33%.

Yahoo! Data Breach May Be Bigger Than First Reported

That hack at Yahoo! YHOO could be much bigger than the online search engine first admitted.

Closing Bell: Yahoo! Confirms 2014 Hack; Nasdaq Clocks New Record

Relief over the Federal Reserve's slow-and-steady rates plans fueled another day of gains on Thursday.

Wall Street Readies Friday for Fed Chair Yellen's Speech

Federal reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen is putting the final touches on a highly anticipated speech to be given today from Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Gold Bear Turns Bullish? Why This Financial Advisor Made the Switch

Once a non-believer in gold, this financial advisor says he is now bullish the metal and is eyeing the $1,800 level by year-end.

Jobs Report is Critical on Economy and Presidential Election

It's jobs Friday and the Labor Department will release employment numbers for July.

Accenture Reports Strong Revenue Growth, Helped by Digital

Accenture reported strong growth in its latest quarter and raised earnings estimates for the year, boosted by strong revenue in its digital, cloud and security services business.

Here's How the Elderly Can Avoid Harmful Financial Scams

The elderly and their families can fall prey to a host of major financial scams if they're not careful, according to one expert.