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Stock Market

Stock Market Ends Up Gaining After Another Crazy Day

Up. Down! Up? Down...Up! Shock waves from the Dow's biggest-ever single-day drop threw the markets into turmoil again on Tuesday. They eventually closed on a positive note.

Blue Apron Just Filed For An IPO

Meal kit company Blue Apron filed for an IPO today. The company brought in nearly $800 million in revenue last year.

Stocks Love Hillary, And FBI's Comey

The market recovered Monday after the FBI announced it would stick to its decision that Clinton should not face criminal charges.

The World Cup Tends To Wreck Nike's Stock Price

Historically, Nike shares tend to peak in April and May heading into the World Cup, then trough in August and September after the event, an analyst says. Better to wait to buy closer to the bounce, he says.

How Twitter Reacted To Lehman's Bankruptcy

Twitter only had around 200,000 people using the service every week when Lehman Brothers died five years ago today. Here's a look at how they responded in real time.

The Day Lehman Died

Five years ago today, Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy and the world economy teetered on the brink of collapse.

Dow Drops 634 Points

The Dow Jones fell a staggering 634 points today, even worse than last week's 513 point stockpocalypse. It's the worst single day loss on Wall Street since November of 2008. The S&P downgrade of the United States' credit rating weighed heavily on the markets. Break out your Dr. Strangelove survival kits.

Dow Falls 513 Points, Worst Plunge Since 2008

Wall Street posted its worst single day loss since the depths of the recession in 2008, with the Dow Jones today plummeting 513 points. Fears of a double dip recession at home and further market instability in Europe drove stocks over the cliff.

Top 20 Achievements Of President Obama

Barack Obama refuses to "spike the football," so we'll do it for him. This list is in no particular order and by no means comprehensive. Achievement unlocked: Reelection.

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