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The insinuation that Cisco may have leaked news of layoffs was "insulting," CEO Chuck Robbins tells CNBC.
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AT&T is joining Verizon in raising the prices of some of its data plans.
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Morgan Stanley analysts raise Tesla's price target to $305 from $242 by the fourth quarter.
The economy is closing in on the Fed's goals, giving it impetus to start reducing support, Chair Janet Yellen said.
Jim Cramer dished out all the reasons why he has faith in Donald Trump and the stock market's future.
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