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An FBI probe of Mrs. Bernie Sanders could kill her husband's progressive leadership role, says Jake Novak.
Jeff Bezos took Amazon public 20 years ago, and those who worked on the offering remember him being involved in every last detail.
Many workers, particularly in Asia, had logged off on Friday before the malicious software began proliferating, The New York Times reports.
United has measures in place to keep the flight decks on its aircraft secure, NBC News reports.
Twenty-three percent call the legislation a good idea, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.
Graves' role at Uber is somewhat mysterious.
Trump's job approval has seen little erosion, but a clear majority disapprove of how he fired James Comey, NBC News reports.
North Korea's apparently successful launch of a mid-to-long range missile indicated a significant advance in its drive for an intercontinental ballistic missile.
Comey has had a decorated career and could potentially return to one of the many industries he once worked in, The New York Times reports.
"We do not want to be protectionist but we reserve our right to be protectionist," Mnuchin said.
Trump lashed out at Washington, urging graduates to challenge the establishment, NBC News reports.
Windows XP was unprotected, The Verge reports that organizations continued to run the operating system despite the risks.
The Obama administration granted Haitians "Temporary Protected Status" after an earthquake displaced 1.5 million, NBC News reports.
More than half the nation's primary- and secondary-school students use Google education apps, The New York Times reports.
Trump's short list to lead the FBI includes a senator, a judge and a lawyer, NBC News reports.
The mixed track record of infrastructure projects suggests that a $1 trillion rebuilding plan may not be a slam-dunk for investors.
Zendrive is using mobile phone data and machine learning to identify high-risk drivers BEFORE they have an accident. Insurers are testing the software.
The bipartisan investigation is looking into whether there was collusion between Trump's campaign and Moscow.
Nelson Peltz's Trian Fund Management increased its stake in Procter & Gamble in the first quarter, a SEC filing showed.
The U.S. stock market closed mostly lower as investors digested a tough week for retailers and mixed economic data.
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Ethereum has been backed by major firms including JPMorgan, Microsoft and Intel.
The average expense ratio paid by fund investors hit the lowest ever as they seek out lower-cost options.
There's still a difference between the theatrical experience and streaming it online, even for the general public according to PwC.
PVH CEO Emanuel Chirico stopped by "Mad Money" to talk to Jim Cramer about how the apparel company is delivering strong results in spite of retail's decline in the U.S.
Jim Cramer talked to GrubHub CEO Matt Maloney about the online-food-ordering company's growth strategy for a world where people are staying home--and ordering out--more often.
Jim Cramer is gaga for video-game maker Take-Two Interactive's stock. CEO Strauss Zelnick came by "Mad Money" to talk about the company's stellar earnings and guidance even as its new "Red Dead Redemption" game was delayed until next year.