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Why 5% for the Green Party is a win for America

If the Green Party can get just 5% of the vote, it will be a huge win for change, writes Green Party candidate Jill Stein.


Should investors get excited about Deutsche Bank’s Q3 profit?

Patronus Partners Ltd CEO, Paul Kavanagh reacts to Deutsche Bank’s latest earnings and how the bank’s settlement negotiations with the DOJ could pan out.


This analyst thinks the bears should get off Tesla's case

On-time Model 3 production, expanding gross margins and lower-than-expected capex are factors that bode well for Tesla, says Baird's Ben Kallo.


Trump pledges to spend $100 million on his campaign — he has $44 million to go

Donald Trump has a lot of spending to do to get to his $100 million personal campaign pledge.


Mylan's EpiPen will get competition from return of Kaleo's Auvi-Q in 2017

Auvi-Q's return was announced as Mylan continues to be criticized for raising the price of lifesaving EpiPens more than 500 percent in recent years.


Self-made millionaire: Don't put money in your 401(k)

Grant Cardone has other ideas about how to get well-positioned for retirement.


Iraq is balking at OPEC's oil output deal, and Baghdad could get away with it

Iraq is OPEC's second largest crude producer, but analysts say the odds of the country being exempt from planned output cuts are good.


GM has everything going for it, for now: Analyst

However, things aren't likely to get any better as the peak auto cycle in the U.S. is over, says Consumer Edge Research's Jamie Albertine.


5 free online classes that will help you get hired

LinkedIn is offering hundreds of free courses on skills that could boost your resume.


Here's what consumers might get out of a combined AT&T-Time Warner

The deal is a vanity project for telecom executives, a way to diversify the business that doesn’t actually have meaningful synergies, reports The Verge.

Source: The Verge