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Friday is Luckey's last day.
Chipotle said its shareholders agreed to withdraw a proposal to split the CEO and chairman roles.
For years, Walmart boasted its "Everyday Low Price" guarantee. But now, Walmart was too often getting beaten on price, Recode reports.
Even after the central bank raised rates in March, Dudley said the federal funds rate remains "unusually low."
Democratic Governor Roy Cooper signed the replacement bill into law after the Senate and House approved it in separate votes earlier in the day.
Cutting SpaceX launch costs leaves the door open for a broader array of satellites following different orbits.
Palantir receives millions of dollars each year from the federal government.
Two White House officials played a role in giving Republican Rep. Devin Nunes intelligence, NYT reported.
In the eyes of some market pros, the Fed should reach its inflation target Friday, an important milestone on the road to normal policy.
An Ontario court judge approved the sale of the Toronto building bearing U.S. President Donald Trump's name to the tower's main debt holder.
CEO Jeffrey Immelt has harsh words for the GOP.
Anthem sells Obamacare plans in 14 states under the Blue Cross Blue Shield brand.
The cyberattacks Rubio mentioned took place after the end of his campaign for the nomination.
Three reasons Trump's $1 trillion infrastructure spending program is doomed, says Jake Novak.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback on Thursday vetoed a bill expanding eligibility for Medicaid.
North Carolina's Senate and House approved a bill to retool the law, hoping to bring back companies and sports leagues boycotting the state.
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Jim Cramer identified the word Wall Street uses that could take down Apple.
Jim Cramer sees ConocoPhillips' move to sell a chunk of its oil sands as a telltale sign of oil prices' stability.
Jim Cramer spoke with Laurent Potdevin for his take on Lululemon's pummeled stock.