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The Verge reports on a new robot from a company owned by Google's parent company Alphabet that has reinvented the wheel for movement.
Nick Baucom started Two Moving Marines, which now employs 100 other vets.
Investors cheered Apple's quarterly earnings, bidding up the stock as a result.
Scaramucci has been in limbo for more than a week since he agreed to sell his investment firm to a subsidiary of the Chinese conglomerate, HNA Group.
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The Trump-backing tech investor gained passport despite not meeting usual residency rules, Financial Times reports.
Among Democrats' criticism of Sessions is his fervent support for Trump during his campaign, NBC News reports.
The Northern Kentucky facility will eventually employ more than 2,000 people, Recode reports.
How Democrats can use Supreme Court fight to fix the Senate's biggest problem, says Joshua Spivak.
Apple's earnings beat revealed its rapidly expanding services revenue, a possible gateway to original content, analyst Will Power says.
Here's why Trump's early Supreme Court announcement is his most strategically normal move in office, NBC News reports.
Elliott Management's call to replace Arconic's leaders draws on "unfair" evidence, CEO Klaus Kleinfeld tells CNBC.
The overall economy grew for the 92nd consecutive month, The Institute for Supply Management said.
James Altucher spoke with leaders like Daymond John, Judy Blume and Peter Thiel.