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Toni Sacconaghi shares his views on Apple in an interview Tuesday on CNBC's "Halftime Report."
President Trump pledges to increase military spending as arms sales boom globally. What does this mean for U.S defense companies?
When charitable accounts are not set up correctly, PayPal continues to accept donations on their behalf, the suit alleges.
The candidate's chances in France's presidential election may be slipping.
A month later, Deutsche Bank says buy CSX stock.
Many of the federal regulations troubling smaller banks come from separate anti-laundering legislation, Barney Frank says.
The ads in the Discover section are for now a small part of the business — and potentially very important to other media companies.
Oxford University researchers estimate that 47 percent of US jobs could be automated over the next two decades.
Intelligence is "not quite as important as I thought," says the billionaire.
Domino's Pizza posted the highest domestic same-store sales growth of the top 25 U.S. restaurant chains, but fell short of international estimates.
The best productivity tricks are ones that you don't need to think about.
Consumers' assessment of current conditions in the US increased in February, according to a monthly survey released on Tuesday.
"It turned out that Woz loved pranks and Jobs had a very countercultural streak," says Apple's first employee.
Amazon's affiliate program - where bloggers get paid when someone purchases something from a specific link - won't pay out as much, The Verge reports.
Target has been struggling to keep up with Wal-Mart.
Growth slowed in the fourth quarter as previously reported, with robust consumer spending offset by downward revisions to business and government investment.
Trump's administration has gotten off to a slow start. Just 15 members of his cabinet and team have won Senate confirmation, NBC News reports.
The Verge reports Uber failed to get a permit to test the vehicles in California, instead sending the cars to another state.
Apple has ordered sufficient components to enable mass production, The Wall Street Journal reports.
These are the strange things anger is doing for the Democrats right now, says marketing strategist Dustin McKissen.