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Growth Seeker Fund Adds TASER to Its Holdings, Downgrades Ares Capital

Chris Versace, portfolio manager of TheStreet's Growth Seeker fund, discussed recent changes made to the portfolio.

Financial, Consulting, Entertainment Biz to Benefit on Trade Deal

The Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal would benefit numerous U.S. businesses, according to one expert.

U.S. Isn't Ready for Next Financial Crisis Says Former SEC Commissioner

The U.S. is not prepared for the next financial crisis and Dodd-Frank needs to be thrown out, according to former SEC Commissioner Daniel Gallagher.

China Ends One Child Policy: Which Business Sectors Will Benefit?

China has announced that it is ending its one child policy and will now permit couples to have two children.

GOP Debate Recap: Guns, Flat Tax and Clinton's 'Worst Nightmare'

From student loans to the flat tax to Hillary Clinton's 'worst nightmare' and the 'media elite' made for a GOP presidential debate that was more combative than any so far.

General Motors Narrowly Avoids Strike and Billion Dollar Losses

General Motors (GM) has reached a tentative agreement with the United Auto Workers union to avoid a strike.

Starbucks and Fiat Stung as EU Demands Tax Break Paybacks

Starbucks (SBUX) and Fiat will have to repay around $34 million worth of back taxes following a ruling by the European Union on Wednesday.

Closing Bell: Barclays Settles Mortgage Suits; Energy Slides

Stocks were slightly higher at Monday's close after an indecisive day of trading.

Amazon Sues Thousands of Fraudulent Online Product Reviewers

Amazon (AMZN) is going to war against fraudulent product reviewers on its site.

SeaWorld to Fight California’s Ban on Killer Whale Breeding Amid Expansion Plans

SeaWorld Entertainment (SEAS) is ready for a legal battle with the California Coastal Commission.