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General Electric's corporate logo is the same, but the company says it's getting out of financial services and shouldn't be considered a systemically important financial institution.
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A luxury residential building at 432 Park Ave. (center) is seen in the Manhattan skyline. Rents have soared as demand for apartments outpaces the number available, even with the oversupply of expensive apartments.
A trader works earlier this month alongside the New York Stock Exchange post where shares of Lumber Liquidators are traded. The company's stock price has been falling ever since a 60 Minutes report on the cancer risk from some of its floor products.
Entrepreneur and pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli laughs during a hearing of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on Capitol Hill on Thursday.
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