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Defense and aerospace industry mergers slowed in the first quarter but a report says activity should pick up for the remainder of 2017.
China is preparing to launch its first unmanned cargo spacecraft on a mission to dock with the country's space station.
Corporate travelers may be re-thinking their use of Uber.
After the ouster of Bill O'Reilly amid allegations of sexual harassment, Tucker Carlson will take over the time slot.
On Wednesday the U.S. Energy Information Administration said U.S. crude stocks fell 1 million barrels on the week, less than anticipated.
Exxon Mobil wants to resume its joint venture with the Russia oil giant PAO Rosneft, the Journal reports.
The board of Fox News' parent company, 21st Century Fox, is reportedly scheduled to meet on Thursday to discuss O'Reilly's departure.
Major corporations and business titans fueled a huge fundraising haul for Donald Trump's inauguration.
The question for investors following the Turkish referendum is whether or not Turkey remains a market in which to invest.
Investors should not be put off from investing in the U.K.'s blue chips index by the snap general election, according to industry watchers.
Trump likes to say that he doesn't want to announce in advance when he's going to launch an attack. But on Tuesday, Vox reports he that did just that.
Facebook is busy augmenting reality. Perhaps it should pay a bit more attention to the hard truths of the world in which we currently live.
Alex Hungate, president and CEO of airport ground-handler and catering solutions provider SATS, talks technology in business.
The head of United Airlines met with the Chinese consulate in Chicago over the possible impact to bookings from a customer being dragged off a plane.
The move would vault Broadcom into the lead to buy Toshiba's prized chip unit.
The head of the Yidao ride-hailing operation had made allegations about misappropriation of funds, the FT reports.
IBM will grow again, IBM CFO Martin Schroeter told CNBC's "Closing Bell" on Tuesday.
North Korea's missile development might be further along had it been able to retrieve more of its missiles that went into the sea.
FacFacebook's augmented reality camera effects are an early attempt to let the digital infiltrate the physical world.
Airbnb said Tuesday it will continue to make sure industry prices remain lower for consumers.
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