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The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence has issued a subpoena for former national security advisor Michael Flynn.
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Some of Uber's engineers are actively looking to get out of the company, Recode learned from multiple sources.
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Snap CEO Evan Spiegel says he prefers not to use the same marketing strategies as Facebook and chided his larger rival for copying features.
The hardware represents a tiny fraction of total Snaps.
The poll was conducted from Thursday to Tuesday, meaning most if not all of the voters responded before Trump fired James Comey.
The move could lead companies that want to use GPUs for AI to forgo the biggest cloud companies and use Nvidia's service instead.
Snap's first-quarter report fell short on users and revenue as it tries to fend off an assault from Facebook's Instagram service.
Snap has not made great gains in the markets since its IPO, trading mostly below the high of $29.44 in its first week of trading.
Microsoft announced a slew of products during its Build keynote in Seattle that shows the company's intent to stay competitive with Amazon.
One equity strategist tells CNBC there aren't any "Trump darling stocks" left in the market — instead, underlying fundamentals are key.
There's one trading event that would really "break us out of this funk," said one market pro.
Boeing on Wednesday temporarily suspended flights of its 737 Max narrow-body jetliners due to an engine problem.
An improving job market is creating the next snag for the stock market, Goldman Sachs analysts said.
The American Health Care Act was approved by just 38 percent of American voters on the heels of the House passing that bill.
"We need something in the mental health space," said former Alphabet leader Dr. Thomas Insel. "It hasn't had the innovation."
Time Inc announced Wednesday that it would be selling some of its titles to help its financial situation, sending shares tumbling in afternoon trading.
The White House said Wednesday that Trump had an "erosion of confidence" in Comey over the last "several months."
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