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American business economists think that President Donald Trump's effort to restrict immigration is a bad idea.
Hedge funds, as a group, have a lower return than straight-up market indexes do.
Biologists have found a leading indicator of future Lyme outbreaks, which went from being a regional condition to a major public health issue.
Snap shares extend gains on Monday, with the stock gaining nearly 6 percent in premarket trading.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg decided to launch the livestreaming product after tests showed it appealed to youth that were leaving the platform.
Stocks aren't expensive—so long as you only listen to the market's biggest optimists.
Rudy Giuliani's son, Andrew, has been tapped for a role in the White House, according to Politico.
Ivanka Trump has indicated that she plans to champion mothers who work. Don't leave these mothers out, writes Michelle McCready.
Even with the sector's recent run, some strategists see more upside in technology.
Tilman Fertitta has 60,000 employees and he sees what the broken immigration system means for his staff.
Billions in venture capital is pouring into this start-up hub that's teeming with engineering talent.
Finishing a marathon in under two hours is a holy grail for runners. A team of scientists explains how it can happen.
Goldman says Alcoa's new investments in 18 projects could yield $300 million of additional EBITDA per year.
"I would love to tell the investors they should stay calm and can stay calm… we are very confident that we are in good shape as a company."
Jefferies tells clients to buy Dow Chemical and DuPont, predicting additional gains.
Shares of GoPro reached an all-time low Monday, after another analyst initiated a downgrade on the stock.
Snap has some savvy investors among its 160 million monthly active users, and now they're searching for the next big app.
It could be to an employee's advantage to proofread and send a request in writing, writes Jen Hubley Luckwaldt.
The Fed wants to create "wiggle room" before the next recession in case rate cuts are needed, Brookings Institution's Aaron Klein says.