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Microsoft is introducing a new version of Windows 10 today: Windows 10 S. It's essentially Microsoft's answer to Chrome OS.
U.S. equities closed mostly flat on Tuesday investors awaited earnings from tech giant Apple.
Analysts had expected the handbag retailer to report earnings of 44 cents a share on sales of $1.019 billion.
Ford's April U.S. sales fell 7.2 percent, dragged down by car sales that tumbled over 21 percent.
75 instances of severe disease have been reported to the CDC, including a 5-month-old baby from Connecticut, Today reports.
Jimmy Kimmel gave an emotional account of how his newborn son was diagnosed with a rare heart condition and almost died. NBCNews reports.
United CEO Oscar Munoz and other airlines' representatives will testify about airline customer service at the House Transportation Committee.
Analysts will watch for whether consumers are buying more iPhones than last year, even with a much-hyped new model on the horizon.
Docker is turning to industry veteran Steve Singh to navigate the challenging waters of open source software.
Trump is demonstrating a willingness to meet with some of the most notorious leaders on the world stage, at odds with precedent. USA Today reports.
Former Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has partially completed his political comeback just five months after tendering his resignation.
Apple's new iPhone will pack wireless charging and Bluetooth 5.0 provided by Broadcom, JPMorgan says.
Rep. Jeb Hensarling has signaled that the future of the Durbin Amendment is unclear, but he wouldn't commit to removing it himself.
ConocoPhillips reported a profit, helped by a gain on its sale of oil sands and western Canadian natural gas assets to Cenovus Energy.
The Fed is expected to hold rates steady at its meeting this week as it pauses to parse more economic data but may hint it is on track for an increase in June.
It's flown largely under the radar so far, but a special congressional election in South Carolina on Tuesday may soon be getting a lot more attention.
The Trump administration plans to replace Comptroller of the Currency Thomas Curry as chief overseer of federally chartered banks, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Coach posted an 8.6 percent jump in quarterly profit, as the handbag maker cut back on discounting its products in the United States.
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