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In a surprise after several quarters of disappointing results, Twitter reports better-than-expected earnings and revenue.
The refinance market came back to life last week, as mortgage rates fell further.
PepsiCo reported a 41.6 percent jump in profit, helped by higher demand for its healthier drinks and snacks and as the company kept a tight leash on costs.
Trump administration to brief Congress on North Korea policy on Wednesday and lawmakers are expecting a clear strategy for dealing with the hermit nation.
U.S. President Donald Trump will meet Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on May 4 in New York City amid strained relations over asylum seekers.
Wynn Resorts plans to start construction as early as December on its $1.5 billion Paradise Park, a waterfront development in Las Vegas, it revealed Tuesday
While wireless carriers duke it out to offer consumers unlimited data plans, artists like Drake are the beneficiaries.
A senior administration official told CNBC that President Donald Trump is expected to unveil a tax plan on Wednesday that includes a slew of provisions including one that is designed to balance out cuts in the plan.
Earnings could keep the momentum going Wednesday, as markets await a much-heralded tax plan from the White House.
Marissa Mayer's five-year tenure at Yahoo produced few results but made her a boatload of money.
CNBC reached out to 20 agencies to inquire about the status of the regulatory reform appointment and the progress of the corresponding task force.
The market has become a bit complacent in the face of heightened political uncertainty surrounding Trump's agenda, Larry Glazer said.
New tariffs on Canadian lumber announced by the Trump Administration on Monday are nothing more than "a paper cut," Bob Wetenhall said.
It's taking bigger deals to get consumers to buy new vehicles.
The temporary ruling was issued in a lawsuit over the executive order targeting so-called sanctuary cities.
When the market gets clarity on how and when tax reform will play out, some analysts say stocks may sell off.
Analysts had forecast the company to report earnings of 74 cents per share on $40.53 billion in revenue.
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EpiPen's seller Mylan drew criticism last summer for having hiked its price by more than 500 percent over the past decade.
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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.
Mr. Bing features a Chinese breakfast crepe imported to the US by food entrepreneurs.
Mark Zuckerberg delivers a commencement address at Harvard, where he dropped out 12 years ago to focus on Facebook. Zuckerberg follows another famous Harvard dropout, Bill Gates, who spoke before its graduates a decade ago.
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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.