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The U.S. trade deficit fell more than expected in March as imports of goods tumbled to their lowest level since 2010.
Mike Hopkins discusses what is next for the company and for the future of streaming television with The New York Times.
Time Warner reported a 2.5 percent rise in revenue, helped by higher subscription revenue at its Turner Broadcasting and Home Box Office networks.
It would be surprising if Facebook didn't replace its humans with software that could efficiently summarize news stories. Why shouldn't it?
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has approved European telecoms group Altice's acquisition of U.S. cable company Cablevision Systems.
Oil prices dropped for the third straight day on Tuesday, is this the end of the energy sector's climb?
Jim Cramer spoke with Apple CEO Tim Cook, who acknowledged that he made one error on the company's most recent earnings call.
Hillary Clinton is expected to win the presidency, but nobody should count out Donald Trump, says political analyst Greg Valliere.
IS militants killed a U.S. Navy SEAL in northern Iraq on Tuesday after blasting through Kurdish defenses and overrunning a town, officials said.
Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman says the U.S. would be much better off with a flat tax.
Takata will announce that it is more than doubling what is already the largest-ever U.S. auto safety recall, three sources said.
The company claims that if you want to reach millennials, you'll need their insights, which it says the rest of media doesn't exactly have.
Takata could recall another 35 million air bags with inflators at risk of rupturing, Dow Jones reported Tuesday, citing sources.
A partnership between the carmaker and the Silicon Valley heavyweight could advance self-driving car technology.
A group of researchers found design flaws in Samsung's SmartThings that leaves users vulnerable, reports Wired.
Beset by market volatility, crowded into similar strategies and bogged down by huge piles of investment capital, hedge funds are struggling this year.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair criticized "prejudice and poison" as his Labour Party dealt with claims of anti-Semitism.
Retailer Aeropostale is reportedly preparing to file for bankruptcy protection within the next few days.
Silicon Valley job seekers are asking tough questions about startup revenue, funding and burn rate.
The camera would allow the wearer to snap photos with a blink of the eye and store them on a wireless device, Today reports.
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There are several massive harmful algae blooms in the news, raising the question of what is making them more common.
Elizabeth Warren is emerging as an attack dog for the Democrats against Trump. It's a far cry from the middle class champion this author used to know.
Tennis star Roger Federer will miss the Rio Olympics and the rest of the tennis season.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau gets a first look inside the Gigafactory.
CNBC's Steve Liesman says the new survey of economists and money managers shows that Trump is gaining ground on Clinton as the candidate most likely to win the race for the White House.
"Fast Money" contributor Steve Grasso, Stuart Frankel, discusses the day's market action and factors he's considering when investing.