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Something strange happened on the way to the unemployment line in March.
Twitter has withdrawn a lawsuit filed against the US government, citing summons for user account information have been withdrawn.
Uber says a lawsuit filed against it by Alphabet's Waymo is a misfire and that it never took documents.
Chinese companies to investing in American start-ups to get an edge on competition, New York Times reports.
Military advising has never been easy — particularly in Syria and Iraq — and it's not going to get any easier now.
Tesla's story helps it dodge traditional valuation measures, New York Times reports.
Borrowers are feeling misdirected after they worked in public service jobs expecting loan forgiveness, N.Y. Times reports.
Jupiter is making its closest encounter with Earth in 13 months.
The likelihood of bad habits while driving, like checking their smartphones, affected millennials' driving score, NBC reports.
67% of American office workers eat at their desks more than once per week.
President Trump and his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, were set to discuss tough issues including trade and North Korea.
The gain of just 98,000 jobs masks new signs of labor market strength, but it also ends some hopes for an economic breakout.
Despite lopsided trade deals, Chinese consumers show a persistent and lucrative appetite for American brands, New York Times reports.
Okta helps companies manage how their employees securely sign in to various cloud-based services.
The largest iPhone 8 with a 5.8-inch display and new 3-D technology is reportedly facing delays, according to Drexel Hamilton's Brian White.
Granite Construction jumps more than 8 percent after California voted to fund some infrastructure projects.
By listing directly, Spotify can skip the IPO pricing altogether and just sell shares on an open exchange.
Real estate experts predict pressure will remain on Fifth Avenue for several more quarters.
Stocks ended flat as investors parsed through a mixed employment report, a U.S. airstrike in Syria and comments from a top Fed official.
The euphoria for the economy seems to be cooling, and that is taking a toll on confidence in housing, according to a Fannie Mae survey.
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The Nobel Prize-winning economist is encouraging investors to go abroad as U.S. stocks hit fresh record highs.
Conditions are ripe to prepare for Korean peninsula unification, said Bruce Bennett, senior defense analyst at Rand.
It's also a complicated issue that will take a lot of continuing work because of the consequences of direct military action, Panetta said.
CNBC's Seema Mody breaks down President Trump's future tax plans.
It seems that everyone in Silicon Valley is trying out this low carb, high fat diet. CNBC speaks with three investors about their experience with the ketogenic diet.
Jim Cramer shared his take on the world’s most valuable company ahead of its big quarter.