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The second-quarter GDP data follows a weak first-quarter report.
Technology has the largest sway over the fortunes of the overall stock market that it's had since the tech bubble.
American Airlines reported second-quarter earnings that beat Wall Street's expectations.
AstraZeneca saw more than £10 billion wiped off its market value on Thursday, yet one of Britain's most influential investors argued the pharma giant's investment case remains "very, very attractive."
U.S. stock index futures to a lower open on Friday, as the earnings overload and the GDP data release continues to keep investors busy.
U.S. government debt prices were higher on Friday, as investors digest data releases including gross domestic product (GDP).
Pakistan's top court on Friday disqualified Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from office after a damning corruption probe into his family wealth.
U.K. lender Barclays reported a net loss of £1.21 billion ($1.58 billion) loss for the first half of 2017, hit by the fall in sterling and a charge from the mis-selling of payment protection insurance.
Hiring in those groups is north of 42 percent year over year.
Here's one reason why investors are looking forward to Amazon's Whole Foods acquisition.
Steven Richardson has said he told Shkreli to stop making homoerotic remarks around him.
Dunkin' Brands' CEO says delivery is the next worldwide phenomenon in food service.
The Senate voted overwhelmingly on Thursday to slap new sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea, despite President Donald Trump's objections.
Lindsey Graham, John McCain and Ron Johnson laid out their terms for supporting "skinny" Obamacare repeal.
Amazon's earnings fell far short of expectations, but strategists say Amazon is more interested in growth than profit.
Thalmic's CEO says his team is developing a completely new interface that will continue the trend towards wearables replacing phones.
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CNBC’s John Harwood reports on the Anthony Scaramucci’s profane rant to a New Yorker reporter that targeted senior White House officials Reince Priebus and Steve Bannon.
James Stewart, New York Times columnist, discusses United Airlines’ push to burnish its images following the public uproar caused by the violent treatment and dragging of a passenger this past April.
Thursday's bizarre spectacle included Republican senators demanding assurances that a bill they were about to vote for would never become law.