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Facebook will now let employers post jobs directly to their Page, and users can apply for those jobs on the social network.
Businesses in cities across the country prepared to close Thursday as immigrants boycott their jobs.
The ship, the Viktor Leonov, is expected to sail down the East Coast. The White House has not commented on the presence of the ship.
A crisis over the relationship between President Donald Trump's aides and Russia deepened on Wednesday.
The governor of North Dakota ordered protesters on Wednesday to evacuate a demonstration camp near the site of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
We are nowhere near the apocalyptic scenario in which smart evil robots turn on humans, said Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Alphabet.
Twitter attracted 5.1 million people to watch the Grammys, more than for any event other than the presidential election and inauguration.
Trump and Amazon both "embrace the structural atomic level of value creation," said Chamath Palihapitiya, a partner at Social Capital.
The Defense Intelligence Agency has suspended the clearance it granted to former National Security Adviser Mike Flynn, NBC News reports.
Uber's autonomous driving technology may be developing quickly, but the company needs to find enough test cities to make it work.
Legislation introduced by Colorado congressmen also aims to update regulations for kombucha companies nationwide.
Stocks have rallied on promises of tax cuts, but one well-known strategist thinks investors may need to temper their expectations.
Economic reports could trump most other things for markets Thursday, after Fed Chair Yellen ramped up expectations for interest rates hikes.
If this was indeed an assassination, it was almost certainly North Korean in origin, according to Professor Hazel Smith. NBC News reports.
Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf is confident that his company's licensing model will prevail in a legal battle with Apple.
The U.S. sent a record 7 million barrels of oil out into the world market last week, at a time when OPEC members have cut back.
Criticism of the so-called Muslim ban popped up on Elon Musk's Twitter account Wednesday, but then almost immediately disappeared.
This smartphone app can track your every move and use it to design customized clothing.
Canada Goose, the Toronto-based luxury apparel maker made famous for its pricey winter coats, has filed to go public.
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Jim Cramer tracked trouble in retail and interest rate hikes to their potential impact on REITs.
Jim Cramer thinks Europe is becoming a much more attractive investment.
Boom Supersonic is working to bring supersonic travel to transoceanic travelers in just a few years.