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The Trump administration has notified Congress that it plans to renegotiate NAFTA, which the president has repeatedly attacked.
Fired FBI director James Comey is "eager to testify," sources told NBC News.
Small electronic devices can record your credit card information for crooks.
Alphabet chief financial officer Ruth Porat said at the Code Conference that the best thing a CFO can provide a company is accurate data.
Clinton has been handed her political retirement papers by the American people. She's done, writes National Review's Kyle Smith.
The health-technology trend is showing no signs of letting up.
Hain received a waiver and extension from its lenders and now plans to report outstanding financial results by June 15.
Microsoft's Azure cloud is picking up market share, while Amazon holds steady.
In interviews, speeches and even official documents, the Fed has increasingly been weighing in on political issues.
Despite the seemingly grim student loan trends, economists are not especially alarmed. Total student debt is now $1.34 trillion.
Just over four months into his administration, Trump has lagged far behind his recent predecessors in nominating executive branch officials.
Web-born businesses like Goop are turning to pop-ups to get their start in brick-and-mortar, N.Y. Times reports.
Venture capitalist Mary Meeker gave her annual presentation about the state of the internet presentation at the Code Conference on Wednesday
Outside of Social Security and pension plans, IRAs and 401(k)-type plans account for most retirement security, USA Today reports.
In an interview with CNBC, Steve Ballmer said under his leadership Microsoft did contribute profits but the stock never got a chance to move.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings recommended Force Majeure on Wednesday at the Code Conference.
Over the last three decades, virtually all new U.S. jobs have come from firms less than five years old, USA Today reports.
NASA made an announcement about its first mission to enter directly into the sun's atmosphere.
Halide is a new camera app for the iPhone that will make taking great photos really easy.
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