Carl Icahn and Bill Ackman let loose with personal insults, salty language and the built-up tension that comes from years of animosity.
The US Mint has temporarily halted the sale of silver coins. Investors may be snapping them up as a refuge from continuing economic uncertainty.
Regulators around the world order the airliner grounded over safety concerns. Carriers are getting nervous.
Production growth from shale deposits in North Dakota and elsewhere is boosting US output ahead of Saudi Arabia's and Russia's, BP says. The US should be basically self-sufficient by 2030.
One reason for the gain is an analyst's call that the stock has bottomed and could rally up to $600. The debate rages on whether iPhone sales are slumping.
A brutally honest internship plea is garnering criticism and kudos from Wall Street.
Those numbers aren't translating into higher pay for employees, however.
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