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What's happening in Washington is not rattling Wall Street even as it generates plenty of water cooler chatter on Main Street.
"Beauty and the Beast" helped the studio segment beat expectations, but the cable business disappointed on operating income.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said Tuesday that the iPhone 8 is potentially facing a "worst case scenario" of shortages.
Microsoft might someday use smart glasses to help you stay healthy.
The former acting Attorney General comes from a long line of groundbreaking Southern lawyers.
The head of Goldman Sachs said having so many of the firm's former bankers in the government "generates a lot of inconvenience."
A consensus of analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expected earnings per share of 5 cents on revenue of $1.86 billion.
Insurers know these Obamacare customers will always be able to pay, says consultant Robert Laszewski.
There is low volatility now, but it will spike again — perhaps when the Fed starts to shrink its balance sheet, Liz Ann Sonders said.
SolePower’s self-sustaining smart work boots use the power of walking to charge embedded location trackers, sensors and lights.
"I'm not spending much time thinking about what I'm going to do next," Iger told CNBC.
Democrats' call to probe Carl Icahn came after former White House ethics lawyers had warned about his role advising President Trump.
The full interview with UPS CEO David Abney.
"Nobody's being excluded based on gender," McConnell said.
To attract millennial homebuyers, more banks and mortgage lenders are offering credit-card perks to customers who take out mortgages.
Humana's decision to exit the Knoxville market next year left the region at risk of having no insurers selling individual plans in 2018.
If it feels like Federal Reserve members are speaking more, that's because they are.
Wayfair shares spiked Tuesday after the online furniture retailer reported better-than-expected first-quarter results.
Spicer faced more questions about the firing of former national security advisor Michael Flynn.
Stock guru Laszlo Birinyi says this is the kind of market he likes, and he sees plenty of opportunity even with its slow-motion moves.