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Markets Right Now: Stocks swoon again; Dow sinks 400
Stocks sank again, giving Wall Street its worst week in two years, as fear gripped investors that China and the U.S. were headed for a trade war.
PNC Bank partners with its 1st sports league in NASCAR deal
PNC Bank has partnered with a professional sports league for the first time by becoming NASCAR's official bank and official wealth management company
Caterpillar and Bank of America sink; Guess surges
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday: Caterpillar Inc., down $8.90 to $146.90 Industrial companies declined as the Trump administration moved to place trade restrictions on Chinese products and investment. Bank of America Corp., down $1.32 to $30.55 Banks fell along with
Markets Right Now: Stocks end sluggish week with small gains
The stock market eked out a small gain but still ended the week lower after several days of losses.
A look at company HQs, jobs leaving UK since Brexit vote
As Anglo-Dutch consumer goods company Unilever decides to consolidate its dual headquarters in Rotterdam, Netherlands, here's a look at announcements moving offices and jobs away from London
Despite woes, Wells Fargo gives CEO Sloan $4.6 million raise
Well Fargo's board of directors has given CEO Tim Sloan a $4.6 million raise, despite the bank continuing to face the fallout of its sales-practices scandal and other issues
Stocks sink as technology rally fades; Qualcomm drops
US stocks fall as a seven-day rally for technology companies ends after President Donald Trump blocked Broadcom's effort to buy chipmaker Qualcomm
Seattle ICE lawyer charged with stealing immigrants' identities
The chief counsel for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Seattle was charged with stealing the identities of multiple immigrants over a four-year span, according to charging documents obtained by ABC News on Wednesday. Raphael A. Sanchez is accused of devising a scheme to defraud major
Russian-speaking hackers stole about $10 million from US, Russian banks: Report
A top cybersecurity firm says it has identified a previously unknown group of Russian-speaking hackers who have allegedly stolen at least $10 million from U.S. and Russian banks over the past year and a half. The group, named the "The Money Takers" after a software tool they use, allegedly targeted
Trump names Jay Powell to replace Janet Yellen as Fed chair
Powell served as undersecretary of the Treasury under George H.W. Bush and was appointed to the Federal Reserve Board of Governors by Barack Obama in 2012.