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CFPB-Experian-032317.jpg The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Thursday said it fined Experian, one of the largest credit bureaus in the U.S., $3 million for deceiving customers about the use of credit scores it sold to them. "In its advertising, Experian falsely represented that the credit scores it marketed and provided...

AirIndia-032317.jpg An Indian politician has allegedly beat an Air India employee repeatedly with a slipper after being unable to get a business class seat on a flight. Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad, who was flying on an Air India flight from Pune to Delhi, hit airline's duty manager Shivkumar with his slipper several...

wallstreet2-103112_23Mar17.jpg Stocks showed a lack of direction over the course of the trading session on Thursday, as traders kept an eye on developments on Capitol Hill. The major averages spent the day bouncing back and forth across the unchanged line.

US-Capitol-032317.jpg House Republican leaders have delayed a planned Thursday night vote on a GOP plan to plan to repeal and replace Obamacare. Hoping to win support for the bill, President Donald Trump purportedly made a "final offer" to a group of conservative Republicans.

Sen-Charles-Schumer-032317.jpg In a widely anticipated move, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., has announced his opposition to President Donald Trump's nomination of federal appeals court judge Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court. Schumer said in remarks on the Senate floor on Thursday that he would vote against...

DonaldTrump-podium-032317.jpg A number of recent polls have shown a drop in President Donald Trump's approval rating, and the results of a Quinnipiac University national poll suggest the reason is a decline in support among key elements of his base. The poll showed Trump with a negative 37 percent to 56 percent job approval rating.

wallstreet-121514_23Mar17.jpg After initially showing a lack of direction, stocks have moved mostly higher over the course of the trading session on Thursday. Buying interest has remained somewhat subdued, however, limiting the upside for the major averages.

virginamerica-032317.jpg Alaska Air Group Inc., which completed its $2.6 billion acquisition of Virgin America last year, said that the combined company will adopt Alaska Air's name and logo. The Virgin America name will be retired, "likely sometime in 2019," the airline added.

Apple-workflow-032317.jpg Apple Inc. has agreed to acquire Workflow, an iOS app for automating tasks, as well as its development team for an undisclosed sum. Workflow is a personal automation tool that enables the user to drag and drop combination of actions to create workflows for the iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch.

iphone-India-032317.jpg After long negotiations to win over one of the largest and fastest growing smart phone markets, Apple has decided to assemble its 4-inch screen iPhone SE in India.

wallstreet-111914_23Mar17.jpg Following the lackluster performance seen in the previous session, stocks continue to experience choppy trading on Thursday. The major averages have spent the morning bouncing back and forth across the unchanged line.

NewHomeSales-032317.jpg New home sales in the U.S. saw a substantial increase in the month of February, the Commerce Department revealed in a report on Thursday, with sales jumping to their highest level in seven months. The report said new home sales spiked by 6.1 percent to an annual rate of 592,000 in February.

SupremeCourt-Cheerleaders-032317.jpg The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that basic decorative elements of a cheerleading uniform may be protected by copyright law. The court handed a 6-2 verdict in favor of Varsity Brands Inc., a maker of cheerleader uniforms, in its dispute with smaller rival Star Athletica LLC.

Mccain-032317.jpg Senator John McCain, R-Ariz., has criticized a back and forth between the leaders of the House Intelligence Committee as "bizarre" and suggested the feud illustrates the need for an independent investigation into Russian interference in last year's election.

joblessclaims-032317.jpg A report released by the Labor Department on Thursday showed an unexpected increase in first-time claims for U.S. unemployment benefits in the week ended March 18th. The report said initial jobless claims climbed to 258,000.

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