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The border security market is expected to grow to $23.7 billion by 2025, NBC News reports.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week.
Facebook's better-than-expected earnings may mean an acquisition-heavy year for the social media giant, analyst Richard Kramer says.
According to new numbers from Airbnb, Houston homeowners are expected to rake in $3.7 million on that site alone, Today reports.
Ralph Lauren announced Stefan Larsson is departing as president and CEO on May 1.
U.S. President Donald Trump's call with Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull on Saturday did not go well, according to the Washington Post.
This is a tour of an NYC penthouse that rents for $45,000 a month.
The German lender Deutsche Bank posted a net loss of 1.9 billion euros ($2.05 billion) for its fourth quarter.
The report showed a rise in corporate downsizing in the new year.
Anthony Scaramucci will not be taking a senior job at the White House as previously announced, a senior administration official said Wednesday. NYT reports.
President Donald Trump's aggressive tone on Australia could support China's ambitions to amass more Asia Pacific power, experts told CNBC.
For the first time under the FAA's commercial drone rules, the agency granted permission to operate a drone at an airport. Recode reports.
"For a global bank as we are and by the way as many of the American banks, this can represent a challenge."
IBM’s supercomputer will assist H&R Block’s 70,000 tax professionals at 10,000 branch offices, where 11 million people file taxes.
Amazon.com plans to schedule more than 200 flight departures and landings per day at a $1.49 billion cargo hub it is building near Cincinnati, the airport's chief said.
As President Donald Trump wages a public and bellicose battle with the Mexican government, China may emerge as the victor.
Jim Cramer revealed which company could be killing the vibe of Apple suppliers.
Alphabet, Apple, Facebook and others are working together on a letter opposing President Trump's travel ban, Recode reports.
Jim Cramer digs into what just changed the narrative for the future of Apple.
A drop in the cost of solar and electric vehicle technology could see demand for coal and oil peaking by 2020, according to a new report.