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House Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday on Twitter that he would be voting for presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
The proposed move is designed to make sure a future Facebook chief's management powers aren't limited, the board said.
The creator of the hit Broadway musical "Hamilton," Lin Manuel Miranda, is poised to exit the show in July, according to a new report.
An payment network launched by big banks is processing billions of dollars in cash transfers that once went to financial technology companies.
United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz says the company is making sleep a priority on new non-stop service between San Francisco and Singapore.
EBay wants to be able to find its more than 162 million active buyers wherever they are online, its chief executive said.
Gawker founder Nick Denton said that Facebook needs to be held accountable for bullying and other harmful behavior.
From no tipping to cashless, mobile transactions, your restaurant experience is changing, according to an American Express survey.
A group of scientists found that suppressing activity in key places appeared to lessen addictive and reward-seeking behavior.
The 2016 presidential election is giving new meaning to the political maxim "It's the economy, stupid."
Wal-Mart is testing one technology that could help keep merchandise cheap for shoppers.
The growth of connected devices take place much faster than people think over the next few years, Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins says.
If Hillary Clinton were to lose next week's California primary by a wide margin, there could be room for Joe Biden to make a bid, says commentator Walter Isaacson.
Former Wells Fargo chief Richard Kovacevich is not discounting the possibility of three Federal Reserve rate hikes in 2016.
Harvey Levin thinks the media should think before casting stones at Gawker. David Hasselhoff helps explain why, Recode reports.
Spending on cancer medicines totaled $107 billion in 2015 and will exceed $150 billion by 2020, the IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics says.
The closely watched private payrolls count was right around Wall Street expectations, with economists surveyed by Reuters anticipating growth of 175,000
McDonald's is nearing a deal to shift its headquarters to the former Harpo Studios campus in Chicago, Crain's Chicago Business reported.
Insurance plans sold on Obamacare marketplaces were projected to see lower price hikes than plans sold outside.
It might be time for investors to jump off the Dow component's bandwagon, Bank of America Merrill Lynch says.
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Michael Jordan has taken heat for not being outspoken enough on politics and social justice issues, NBC News reports.
Olympus Corp. issued no broad warnings about scope infection risk in America in 2013 or two years afterward despite doing so in Europe.
Tesla wants to have its massive gigafactory ready to build lithium ion cells before the launch of its Model 3 sedan.
The "Squawk Box" news team discusses some of the morning's most provocative headlines, including a giant pay increase for Nike's Mark Parker.
Michael Zinn, UBS, provides his thoughts on how investors can use volatility to find discounts in the markets. And David Lebovitz, J.P. Morgan Funds, weighs in on earnings.
Jon Reinish, Democratic strategist, discusses day one at the Democratic Convention. After a rocky start, I think a majority of the Democrats managed to come together, says Reinish.