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President Trump on Thursday afternoon will recognize first responders to the June 14 shooting.
Top Republicans driving the GOP tax reform effort have given up on border adjustment.
The Trump trade is turning into the Trump fade even as stock market indexes continue to climb to new highs
Skepticism from Oaktree Capital's Howard Marks, who questions whether there are enough opportunities to invest the money
Google is reportedly buying up land in Sunnyvale, longtime home of Yahoo, to find room for future employees.
Trump "changes the game" for defense contractors, Raytheon CEO tells investors.
Analysts surveyed by FactSet estimate that Apple has sold about 1 million iPods per quarter in 2017.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders holds her daily press briefing Thursday.
Economic growth is expected to be double the first quarter's pace when second quarter GDP data is released Friday morning.
Facebook did almost twice as well as Alphabet on a key second-quarter metric. But the script may flip in the second half of this year.
A top U.S. general has said no changes are planned yet based on the president's tweets yesterday regarding military personnel changes.
The Las Vegas gambler was convicted of insider trading earlier this year.
Twitter talks a lot about DAU growth but doesn’t break out any hard numbers, so we did our own estimate, Recode reports.
Procter & Gamble CEO David Taylor said billionaire investor Nelsen Peltz has not offered a plan.
Stock in The New York Times Company has surged since last November's election.
With talks to revise NAFTA around the corner, there's a worry earlier rhetoric may work against U.S. food and agriculture producers.
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As Apple supplier Foxconn announces its plans to invest in a factory in Wisconsin, Mark Selden, Cornell University's East Asian program research associate, discusses Foxconn's history of going back on promises.
S&P Global CFO Ewout Steenbergen discusses the market intelligence company's quarterly earnings and performance across its business sectors.
William Browder, Hermitage Capital Management CEO, discusses his testimony to the Senate Judicial Committee about unregistered Russian agents operating in the United States and the political uncertainty surrounding U.S.-Russia relations.