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Viacom reported second-quarter earnings and sales Thursday that topped analysts' expectations, as the company continues to grow its Paramount business.
Truck owners and truck rental agencies in the U.S. must be "vigilant" about the increasing frequency of "ramming attacks" by terrorists using vehicles as killing machines, according to a new Transportation Security Administration report.
The U.S. insurance industry is suffering from lower property-casualty premiums, bad weather claims, and interest rates that are still too low.
The U.S. Senate voted to repeal an exemption from strict protections that former President Barack Obama's Labor Department had given to state-sponsored retirement savings plans for lower-income workers.
Morgan Stanley said it is dropping mutual funds from Vanguard, the largest U.S. mutual fund firm.
WhatsApp, a popular messaging service owned by Facebook, suffered a global outage that lasted for several hours before being resolved, the company said.
Spending on prescription medicines in the U.S. will increase 4 percent to 7 percent through 2021, reaching $580 billion to $610 billion.
Trump plans to sign an order that says religious organizations and other non-profits that endorse candidates risk losing their tax-exempt status.
Societe Generale reported a drop in profits for the first three months of the year on Thursday.
On Tesla's quarterly earnings call, Elon Musk said there's no indication that Apple was looking to enter the autonomous car space.
GOP leaders have struggled for almost two months to win enough support for the bill.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg on Wednesday rejected claims that the work of female engineers is rejected more often than men merely due to their gender
Snap had 161 million daily active users at the end of last year.
Bonds are telling one story and stocks another, and some strategists say Friday's jobs report could bring about a day of reckoning.
The company — which also includes Instagram, Messenger and WhatsApp — is the largest digital banner ad company.
3 Facebook, which has benefitted immensely as consumers switched from PCs to smartphones, will have to work harder for its mobile sales gains.
Copper prices dropped Wednesday after a jump in inventories increased worries about a slowdown in China's economy.
North Korea's official news agency Wednesday lashed out at China for 'betrayal' and reiterated it has no plans to end its nuclear program.
An earlier CBO score of a prior version of the bill projected that 24 million more people would become uninsured by 2026.
Qualcomm is reportedly seeking a ban US imports of Apple's iPhones, following Apple's decision to stop paying royalties to Qualcomm.
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Mr. Bing features a Chinese breakfast crepe imported to the US by food entrepreneurs.
Seven House members have formed a bipartisan caucus focusing on AI to study the effects of automation.
Trump's budget needs 3 percent growth to work. But the labor force is shrinking, and his policies ignore the problem.
New Relic CEO Lew Crine visited "Mad Money" to talk to Jim Cramer about how cloud computing is still in its early stages--and that "massive" changes are coming to the IT landscape.
Jim Cramer breaks the bad news that OPEC is a bit of a joke and has run out of credibility when it comes to crude.
Jim Cramer takes a look at how HP Inc., once part of the Hewlett-Packard empire, has rebounded thanks to innovation and other shrewd moves.