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Wozniak is headlining the upcoming Silicon Valley Comic Con, an event that aims to unite pop culture and technology.
The news weighed on stocks in the hospital sector Monday, overshadowing some positive regulatory changes from the Trump administration.
Following news of the purchases, shares of Wells Fargo were more than 1.75 percent higher.
Only 45 percent of people think Trump keeps his promises, down from 62 percent in February, according to a new poll.
The man behind the billboards telling Elon Musk to 'dump Trump" has revealed himself, and he is far from finished with his work.
Vice President Mike Pence is on a four-nation Asia tour following a failed North Korean missile test.
When a customer brings a complaint, there are two tokens on the table: It's Nothing and It's Awful. United played the wrong one, says Jean-Louis Gassée
The layoffs are set to start June 23, and follow a prior involuntary reduction of 245 workers set for May 19.
"I have definitely cut back on my equities, by I'd say, 50 percent over the last year," real estate investor Jeff Greene tells CNBC.
Wall Street is betting Netflix will blow by subscriber estimates, just as it did in the fourth quarter.
Many investors will be looking at the streaming service's ability to expand internationally as much as domestically.
Traders increasingly worry that the future of traditional retailers is grim.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices entered a marketing agreement with Juwai.com, to attract wealthy Chinese buyers looking to purchase homes in the U.S.
United says it will no longer allow employees to take the place of passengers who have already boarded overbooked flights, The New York Times reports.
How — and why — undocumented immigrants pay their taxes, Vox reports.
Baxter's latest subpoena from the DoJ calls for an employee to produce documents related to shortages of products.
U.S. equities rose on Monday as a weekend filled with geopolitical worries ended more calmly than investors expected.
The fed branches downgraded their outlook for economic growth for the first quarter after disappointing data on retail sales and consumer prices in March.
Here's how the government collects unpaid taxes, why they are concerning consumer groups, and how to spot a scam, NBC News reports.
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On Nordstrom's website you can now buy your own pair of mud-covered jeans. No work in the dirt is required.
Goldman Sachs discovered the perfect time to buy Amazon shares is when CEO Jeff Bezos takes out his wallet.
The battle between Buffalo Wild Wings and activist investors at Marcato Capital Management continued to rage on Tuesday.
Jim Cramer says Canada-based pipeline company Enbridge stands to seriously benefit from the president's initiatives.
Jim Cramer explains why the stocks of PepsiCo, Boeing, Procter & Gamble, and Texas Instruments slid on strong earnings.
Jim Cramer sheds light on why the president's tax plan might create wealth, but not jobs.