President Trump’ s chief strategist laced into the press arguing that news organizations had been“ humiliated” by the election, The NYT reports.
As Microsoft's phone sales plunge, Surface tablets are giving some life to the company's devices business.
Some Obama-era policies can be quickly reversed, but the most sweeping climate rules may take years to dismantle. NYT reports.
The move is notable in part because of the companies' long, complicated history, which saw them nearly combine early in Instagram's life, The Verge reports.
German prosecutors have expanded an investigation into Volkswagen's emissions test-cheating scandal.
Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg broke her silence Thursday about President Donald Trump's abortion policy.
Google Assistant needs to be thought about as a part of a user's overall search journey, CEO Sundar Pichai said.
Analysts had expected Company to report earnings of about $9.64 a share on $25.26 billion in revenue, according to Thomson Reuters.
The company said its major cloud product nearly doubled its revenue year over year.
Jim Cramer calls out to those doubtful of the President's agenda with stocks that could rally without his help.
UBS fourth-quarter net profit fell from the equivalent period in 2015 but still surpassed analyst expectations.
More than 8.8 million people have signed up for coverage on the federal Obamacare exchange.
A volcano in Alaska's Aleutian Islands has erupted again, sending a cloud of ash and ice particles 30,000 feet in the air.
Rogue Twitter feeds voicing employee concerns at more than a dozen U.S. government agencies have been launched.
European assets should benefit from President Trump's protectionist trade policies, Wells Fargo's Nathaniel Rosenbaum told CNBC.
Pena Nieto previously reiterated that Mexico would not pay for a border wall and suggested he could cancel the meeting.
China's One Belt One Road infrastructure lending could create new asset-quality risks for its banks, Fitch Ratings warned.
Markets get a good blast of economic data Friday, but the big focus is going to remain the actions of President Donald Trump.
The border tax is part of a proposal being floated by House Republicans as part of wide ranging tax reform.
President Trump said that he is willing to subordinate balancing the federal budget in favor of strengthening the military, NBC News reports.