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Jurors are expected to start deliberations in the "Pharma bro's" trial later Friday.
Japanese tech giant SoftBank has been plowing billions of dollars into tech companies in the last year, some through its $93 billion Vision Fund
Obamacare remains the law of the land, but the administration has tremendous leeway in how it enforces the program.
July's jobs report and Apple earnings are the big events for a stock market that suddenly has become a shade less confident.
You pay Twitter $99. Twitter decides which tweets to promote, Recode reports.
President Donald Trump heads to Long Island on Friday to speak about gangs.
American Airlines CEO Doug Parker told CNBC that Qatar Airlines and other Gulf airlines receive "unfair" government subsidies.
One particular trade is in the Nov. 2017 bond of the state-owned oil company, which faces the possibility of sanctions.
AWS remains the King Kong of cloud.
California's cigarette tax hike is proving to be hazardous to Big Tobacco and retailers alike.
Equity funds took in $9.9 billion over the past week, a pattern "consistent with [an] autumn top in risk assets," said one strategist.
Goodyear was hammered sharply by Wall Street Friday after cutting its 2017 outlook.
Boston Beer crushed earnings and revenue expectations. Beer and hard cider sales lagged as hard sparkling water and tea fueled growth.
Dr. Edelman says the current news environment and emerging technology could create the perfect conditions for Russia to mislead the American public.
JPMorgan Chase announced it will rely on renewable sources for all of its energy use by 2020.
The North Korean projectile landed in Japan's exclusive economic zone.
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