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Why a defiant girl is staring down the Wall Street bull

The Wall Street bull has company.

Jay Z launches Arrive to invest in startups

Shawn Carter, best known as Jay Z, is diving deeper into venture capital.

Wait, did Trump endorse paid FAMILY leave?

President Trump said something last week that should have perked the ears of every American parent (and wannabe parent).

Snapchat said to be valued at nearly $24 billion

Even concerns about Snapchat's slowing user growth aren't stopping investors from clamoring for its stock.

Orioles exec: Trump needs to apologize before he throws out the first pitch

Throwing out the first pitch at a baseball game is a tradition for U.S. presidents.

Apple, Microsoft, PayPal join legal fight for transgender rights

Silicon Valley is drawing a line in the sand on transgender rights.

What young conservatives think of the media in the age of Trump

The speakers at this week's Conservative Political Action Conference struck the same anti-media tone that has defined President Trump's first month in office.

Trump to meet with health insurers at the White House Monday

President Trump has repeatedly vowed to replace Obamacare with something better.

You can now buy Snapchat Spectacles online

Snap announced Monday morning that Spectacles will now be available on Spectacles.com.

Mayor, Community Leaders Celebrate Grand Opening of Mulberry at Park Apartments

Mayor Catherine Pugh, City Council President Jack Young and other city officials, community leaders and property managers/developers celebrated the grand opening of the new apartment community Mulberry at Park in Baltimore City on Wednesday, February 15, 2017.

Investors are getting worried about Trump

Wall Street experts are expressing growing concern that President Donald Trump isn't going to be everything that investors had hoped for.

FedEx's new service takes aim at Amazon

FedEx is getting deeper into the e-commerce game.

Money professionals offer top five tips for taxpayers

It’s tax time and time to pull out your manilla folder and get organized

U.S. autoworkers score record bonuses

About 150,000 U.S. autoworkers will take home an average bonus of $8,600 each thanks to another strong year for the industry.

This pizza is red hot! Domino's and Papa John's on fire

The United States are more divided than united when it comes to politics.