Priceline Is Ready for an Upgrade

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Sticker shock aside, Priceline Group shares have more room to go assuming the travel industry stays strong.

Global Economy Week Ahead: Trump, Fed Speeches Set to Guide Interest Rates

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This week, key speeches by Donald Trump and top Federal Reserve officials are set to guide interest rates, the dollar and other asset values, while inflation gauges in the U.S., Europe and Japan will signal growth and rate prospects in several of the world’s largest economie

A People-Powered Pickup for the Art Market

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Return of sidelined auction executives could boost high-end art sales.

Universal Pictures' 'Get Out' Leads at Box Office

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“Get Out” packed them in at the box office this weekend, opening in first place with a robust $30.5 million in the U.S. and Canada.

Health Insurers Hope for Nothing

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Health-law uncertainty shouldn’t derail insurance stocks.

Economic Surveys Show Deep Splits in Confidence Along Party Lines

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Since the election of President Donald Trump, consumer confidence and sentiment surveys that ask participants about the health of the economy have seen their responses divided like never before along partisan lines.

Bank Lending Signals Caution

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President Donald Trump’s erratic style could be to blame for the recent slowdown in lending growth.

Why Chinese Men Are Dying

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Mortality rates among Chinese men aged 41 to 60, who account for nearly three-quarters of the working-age population, increased by 12% over the past decade.

Air-Safety Overhaul Taps Confidential Incident Data to Prevent Crashes

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In a move described by proponents as the biggest advance in proactive aviation-safety management in about a decade, U.S. and European regulators are seeking to end strict confidentiality protections that typically have kept some important details on incidents shrouded.

Apple, Samsung Need to Dazzle in a Slow Market

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For the two largest players in the smartphone business, Apple and Samsung, the goal this year is to restore some luster to their brands. Both saw smartphone sales fall for the first time in 2016.

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