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wallstreet-112814_25Aug16.jpg Stocks showed a lack of direction throughout much of the trading day on Thursday before eventually ending the day modestly lower. With the drop on the day, the major averages added to the losses posted in the previous session.

CapitolBuilding-082516.jpg In a race that could play a big role in deciding control of the Senate, the results of a Mason-Dixon Polling & Research survey show a statistical tie in the Florida Senate race between Sen. Marco Rubio, F-Fla., and Rep. Patrick Murphy, D-Fla.

KAY-Jewellers-082516.jpg Jewelry company Signet Jewelers Ltd., has announced that it will test a new technology at some of its Kay Jewelers outlets to confirm the authenticity of diamonds. Signet Jewelers, which owns the Kay, Zales and Jared jewelry chains, announced this decision in order to regain the trust of its customers...

DonaldTrumpPresidential3-082516.jpg Amid signs he is softening his stance on illegal immigration, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump indicated Thursday he will unveil his exact plan in the coming days. "I will be making a speech on that, I would say over the next week, laying out an exact plan," Trump said.

DonaldTrump-LaconiaRally1-082516.jpg Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is well behind Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in the race for the White House, according to a new Quinnipiac University National poll released on Thursday. The survey of likely voters found Clinton with a significant 51 percent to 41 percent lead over Trump.

Dominos-082516.jpg Domino's Pizza conducted a test trial of delivering a pizza using drone in Auckland, New Zealand as the pizza giant plans to become the world's first company to offer drone delivery service. Domino's partnered with Australian drone company Flirtey to test drone delivery service and aims to starting...

wallstreet1-103112_25Aug16.jpg After showing a lack of direction early in the session, stocks continue to turn in a lackluster performance in mid-day trading on Thursday. The major averages continue to show only modest moves on the day, holding near the unchanged line.

Boeing787-082516.jpg Japanese airline All Nippon Airlines Thursday said it will cancel some Dreamliner flights over the coming weeks in order to fix issues with the aircraft's Rolls-Royce engines. ANA with a fleet of 50 Dreamliners is the largest operator of Boeing's 787. The Japanese carrier said it has canceled nine...

internetusage-082516.jpg Internet access is growing worldwide, but there is still a long way to go before the entire world is completely wired, a study from the Pew Research Center has found. The study also noted that men have greater access to the Internet than women in many nations.

HillaryClinton-Rally1-082516.jpg Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton sought to defend her family's charitable foundation in an interview on Wednesday, dismissing Republican rival Donald's Trump's attacks on the Clinton Foundation as "ridiculous."

wallstreet-112414_25Aug16.jpg After initially moving to the downside, stocks have shown a lack of direction over the course of early trading on Thursday. The major averages have been bouncing back and forth across the unchanged line after ending the previous session in the red.

Mylan-EpiPen-082516.jpg In response to growing public outrage over Mylan's implementation of sharp prices increases for its EpiPen emergency allergy treatment, the drugmaker said Thursday that it would lower the costs of the life-saving treatment for some patients.

Whatsapp-FB-082516.jpg Backtracking on its early announcements on digital privacy, WhatsApp is planning to share member information, phone numbers and analytical data with Facebook, to make revenue from the platform.

EricTrump1-082516.jpg Donald Trump's son Eric defended the Republican presidential nominee's refusal to release his tax returns on Wednesday, declaring that such a move would be "foolish." Trump argued that releasing the returns would lead to assumptions by a bunch of people who know nothing about taxes.

durablegoods-082516.jpg After reporting a steep drop in new orders for U.S. manufactured durable goods in the previous month, the Commerce Department released a report on Thursday showing that durable goods orders rebounded by more than expected in the month of July. The Commerce Department said durable goods orders surged up by 4.4 percent.

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