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Stocks rose on Thursday as Apple shares recovered from losses in the previous session. Investor sentiment was also boosted as fears of rapidly rising inflation were tempered.

Incoming CEO David Solomon names Stephen Scherr as chief financial officer. Martin Chavez, a technologist who has been CFO since May 2017, will return to the trading division as one of three co-heads.

A House committee has approved legislation that would lock in reduced rates for individual taxpayers and is expected to approve two other tax measures as part of it’s so-called Tax Reform 2.0

The company announces that the executive producer of “60 Minutes” and former chairman of CBS News is stepping down but immediately his departure is not directly related to an investigation into alleged sexual harassment.

A look at Apple’s newest iPhones including the iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and iPhone XR.

The announcement from Macy’s comes in a tight labor market. It says it will offer seasonal workers the chance to be eligible for bonuses if certain sales targets are met.

The FDA is considering restricting e-cigarette manufacturers from selling flavored nicotine liquid or making the products undergo an agency review.

J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon made some interesting comments on today’s political affairs, even though he’s said publicly he won’t run for president and is committed to head the bank for the next five years.

Wondering where former Lehman Brothers employees are today? Here are a few stories.

To keep things going, the Fed should not increase interest rates faster than the market expects, says the Bridgewater Associates founder.

Nearly any way you look at it – stock performance, revenue, share in businesses from deposits to bond trading, Jamie Dimon has outdone his rivals among big U.S. banks.

The tax cuts and deregulation efforts of President Donald Trump and the Republican-led Congress led to more sales, hiring and investment, according to a survey by the National Federation of Independent Business.

Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.

Porter Bibb says Moonves will not receive his CBS exit package if sexual misconduct allegations turn out to be true.

Leslie Moonves will leave his post as CEO of CBS following numerous allegations of sexual misconduct spanning much of his career.