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There’s little evidence the toys boost attention or relieve stress, Vox reports.
The U.S. trade deficit improved slightly in March amid broad declines in both imports and exports, government data showed on Thursday.
All it took was adding a few billion dollars to the bill, to provide cover to moderate lawmakers who had been reluctant to support it. Vox reports.
U.S. worker productivity unexpectedly fell in the first quarter, leading to a jump in labor-related costs.
School educators and advocacy organizations are telling lawmakers Republicans' efforts would force states to "ration health care for children."
Central bank gold demand contracted to lows not seen in more than half a decade in the first quarter, the World Gold Council said Thursday.
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.
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The Facebook CEO said billionaires should pay people to live so everyone can find their purpose.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told Harvard's 2017 graduating class to create collective sense of purpose, tears up when speaking of undocumented student
As Amazon shares neared a significant milestone, Wall Street analysts say it may have almost 10 percent more to go.
Marcus Lemonis advises college graduates not to move home and, instead, get to work.
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Billionaire Warren Buffett is listing his Laguna Beach, California vacation home for $11 million. It has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and ocean views.