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Sept21-092117.jpg The following are some of the biotech stocks that made their way onto the Day's Gainers & Losers' list of September 21, 2017.

Facebook (FB) announced Thursday it has agreed to release advertisements purchased by Russians in an effort to influence last year's election to congressional investigators.

wallstreet2-121214_21Sep17.jpg Following the mixed performance seen in the previous session, stocks saw modest weakness during trading on Thursday. With the drop on the day, the Dow and the S&P 500 pulled back off yesterday's record closing highs. The major averages all ended the day in negative territory. The Dow dipped 53.36...

young-living-091917.jpg Young Living Essential Oils, a Lehi, Utah-based essential oils company, has pleaded guilty to illegally trafficking therapeutic oils from Peru and Nepal. Young Living Essential Oils has been ordered by a Federal Court to pay $760,000 in fines as well as develop a plan to track compliance, according...

Siemens-Alstom-Bombardier-092117.jpg Siemens is reportedly in talks with Alstom and Bombardier on a possible merger of its rail business with either of them. The German engineering company will pick from the two options within days for further negotiations, according to people familiar with the matter. Siemens had commenced negotiation...

Netflix-October-092117.jpg Every month a new batch of TV shows and films arrive on Netflix, one of the leading online video streaming platform. This October, Netflix will bring the second season of its cult hit series "Stranger Things", ie on October 27. Netflix is also adding few new stand-up shows next month, including a...

Trump-Thumb2-092117.jpg President Donald Trump has recently seen a modest improvement in his job approval rating, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll. Forty-three percent of Americans said they approve of the job Trump is doing as president, up from 40 percent in a poll conducted last month.

President-Trump2-092117.jpg Calling North Korean nuclear weapons and missile development a grave threat to global peace and security, President Donald Trump announced Thursday he has signed an executive order seeking to crack down on trade with the reclusive communist nation.

Target-App-092017.jpg Retail giant Target Corp. (TGT) is rolling out a new feature on its smartphone app that will allow customers to navigate inside a store and find items easily. Using bluetooth and beacon technology, Target's new feature gives its customers a real-time map of a store. The technology can be termed as...

Wallstreet-013013_21Sep17.jpg Stocks are seeing modest weakness in mid-day trading on Thursday, although selling pressure has been relatively subdued. The pullback on the day comes after the Dow and the S&P 500 reached record closing highs in the previous session.

Budweiser-Lyft-092017.jpg Come weekends and the ride sharing company Lyft in association with the beer brand Budweiser will offer free travel for short distances. The program is aimed at discouraging drunk driving on holidays. The offer of 150,000 free trips will be available in 10 states, all through the year.

HRMcMaster-ARCIC-092117.jpg National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster has described the nuclear deal with Iran as "fundamentally flawed" but declined to reveal how President Donald Trump has decided to handle the agreement. In an interview with CNN's "New Day" on Thursday, McMaster indicated Trump's decision was made based on...

Baidu-selfdrivingcar-092117.jpg Chinese Internet giant Baidu, Inc. on Wednesday announced the release of Apollo 1.5, the second generation of its Apollo open-source autonomous vehicle software. The company also said it plans to set up a 10 billion yuan, or $1.5 billion Apollo self-driving car fund to invest in 100 autonomous driving projects in the next three years.

Facebook-Racistads-092117.jpg Facebook Inc. said it is tightening controls on its advertising targeting policies and tools after a ProPublica expose last week found that advertisers on the social media site were able to target users interested in anti-Semitic topics. The company clarified that it has long had a firm policy against hate on Facebook.

wallstreet2-103112_21Sep17.jpg Stocks have moved mostly lower in morning trading on Thursday following the mixed performance seen in the previous session. The major averages have all moved to the downside, with the Dow and the S&P 500 pulling back off yesterday's record closing highs.

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