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Oct. 19, 1987: Black Monday hits Wall Street
Stocks plunged a record 508 points -- at the time, the largest one-day drop in market history.
How major US stock indexes fared on Wednesday
Banks and technology companies led U.S. stocks modestly higher Wednesday, delivering another set of market milestones
IBM and Canadian Pacific climb while Electronic Arts drops
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday: IBM Corp., up $12.99 to $159.53 The technology and consulting company reported much stronger sales than analysts expected. Twitter Inc., down 26 cents to $18.02 The short-messaging service is vowing to crack down on hate speech and sexual
Markets Right Now: US stocks closing higher; IBM surges
Stocks are closing higher on Wall Street; IBM surges on third-quarter profit.
Steele starts another season with win, wants better outcome
Golf notes: Brendan Steele starts another season with a win and wants a better finish; Ernie Els taking career money exemption; Sergio Garcia splits with club company
Equifax breached months prior than admitted
The Wall Street Journal reports that hackers broke into Equifax computers two months earlier than the company disclosed.
Trump faces more backlash after Charlottesville remarks
Republican lawmakers are distancing themselves from the president and a CEO advisory council decided to disband because of Trump's response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Candlelight vigil marches through Charlottesville
We give me begin with a powerful show of solidarity and peace in Charlottesville Virginia. Just days after the city erupted in deadly violence. Hundreds of people descended on the University of Virginia campus overnight singing together and honoring those who died. That gathering happened in the
Donald Trump's news conferences continues to echo across America
The president takes a defiant stand, blaming "both sides," giving a voice to white nationalists.