Deutsche Bank cuts bonuses 17%, cites ‘challenging’ times

Deutsche Bank cut bonuses 17% last year, citing a “challenging” 2015. The bank also warned that 2016 is off to a rocky start due to continued financial volatility. The German

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Apple-FBI duel is playing big at SXSW

From President Obama’s answer to a question on the topic following his keynote speech Friday, to an excoriated rebuke from U.S. Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) today, the privacy-vs.-national security debate

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China takes control of global silver prices

China has been an unofficial price-setter for most metals over the past decade. And this week, the country became an official participant in setting prices for one of the world’s

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Dow looks to erase 2016 nightmare on Wall Street

The Dow hasn’t done it yet, but it’s close to erasing all the red ink that drenched it at the then-worst start to a year ever. The Dow Jones industrial

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Contraction in U.S. shale pushes oil towards $40

Crude oil prices have rallied by more than 30% since early February and investors are growing more confident that a rebound is in order. Have oil prices finally turned a

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Stocks fall, ending Dow’s 5-day win streak

The Dow Jones industrial average paused Tuesday after a five-session winning streak drove the blue-chip stock gauge to its highest levels since early January. At the 4 p.m. ET close,

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Epic bear market preceded aging bull

Before lighting a candle on the bull market’s seventh birthday today, how about a quick glance back at what things looked like in 2009? Nobody knew at the time, but

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7-year bull makes investors $16T richer!

The bull market celebrates its seventh birthday today. Here’s the real accomplishment, though: Putting $16 trillion into the pockets of investors. Investors with the guts to ride this bull market

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Stocks slightly higher after one-day sell-off

On a day the Dow and Wall Street are celebrating the bull market’s seventh birthday, oil prices are rebounding and U.S. stocks were slightly higher after a down day Tuesday

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Deutsche Bank and UBS lose tax bonus case

Britain’s top court on Wednesday ruled against Deutsche Bank and UBS in a long-running case over taxes on bonuses that has opened the door to back taxes by the banks

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Qatar Airways announces new world’s longest flight

Qatar Airways formally announced plans for nonstop service between Doha, Qatar, and Auckland, New Zealand. The route would become the world’s longest when it launches Dec. 3, based on current

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Jobs Friday clashes with March Fed meeting

It’s Jobs Friday. That means the monthly Wall Street guessing game, “Will they or won’t they hike?” will kick off after the federal government lets the world know how many

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Amazon drops encryption from Fire devices

Retailing giant Amazon confirmed Friday it removed local encryption from its Kindle Fire devices, as it throws support to Apple in its fight over an encrypted iPhone. “In the fall

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Stock storyline shifts from ‘worst start to year’ to not too bad

The worst start to a year ever for the U.S. stock market doesn’t seem so bad now, following a bounce-back rally that has pulled stocks close to 2% of where

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27 giant profitable companies paid no taxes

Death and taxes are supposed to be two certainties of life. But a few companies have at least escaped the taxes part. There are 27 companies in the Standard &

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Apple expected to pay $450M in e-book case

Apple is expected to pay $450 million after the Supreme Court on Monday refused to consider the tech giant’s appeal of a ruling that found the company conspired with five

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Emirates overtakes Qantas for world’s longest flight

Emirates has bumped Qantas Airways out of the top spot for the world’s longest flight. Emirates took over the title Tuesday with the launch of its 8,819-mile nonstop route between

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LSE and Deutsche Boerse in merger talks

The London Stock Exchange on Tuesday confirmed it was in discussions to merge with Germany’s Deutsche Boerse. The LSE said in a statement that the two firms are “in detailed

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March starts strong as U.S. stocks rally

March came in like a bull for Wall Street Tuesday with U.S. stocks up sharply as better-than-expected news on manufacturing added fuel to a an early rally on China’s latest

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Apple doesn’t have to unlock drug dealer’s iPhone, judge says

A federal judge in Brooklyn on Monday denied a Department of Justice request for a court order that would force Apple to bypass the security passcode on the iPhone of

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