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Cloud is a small part of Alphabet's business. So why is it hosting a conference about it this week?
Big IPOs that stumble in the first week usually underperform in the first year, but can also recover.
Land in California's San Joaquin Valley is sinking — a lot — due primarily to the drawing of groundwater during periods of drought.
Urban Outfitters isn't in any rush to sign leases on new stores.
A White House adviser on North Korea during the Bush administration, described the nation as "the land of lousy options," FT reports.
The app "Woman Interrupted" claims to measure how many times women are interrupted by men.
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Attendees in Austin were once sworn to secrecy. Now, the secret's out.
"Let me get back to you on that one. I don't have any comment on the Federal Reserve," Spicer said.
The Japanese telecom giant is selling a big chunk to a investment fund that was created by Softbank's CEO and Saudi Arabian investors, among others.
Brazil’s economy has fallen further into its worst ever recession, contracting by 3.6 percent in 2016.
Credit Suisse says the backlash from some consumers about Starbucks' decision to hire 10,000 refugees could negatively impact sales.
The bull market we're seeing isn't going to last, having already run since the election, investment strategist Joseph Tanious told "Power Lunch."
Average millennials pay more for smartphones than they save, but that's not what's keeping them strapped.
Amazon is easy to blame for store closures, but bricks-and-mortar chains face an even bigger problem, Macy's CFO Karen Hoguet says.
Trump has claimed credit for job creation and corporate spending initiatives, but are they all a result of him? NBC News fact checks his claims.
Last year, the conference brought $325.3 million to the local economy.
"If you hear these things, you should think fraud, and you should run away as fast as you can," Peter Thiel says.
The hedge fund billionaire tells CNBC that Buffett turned out to be right to buy Apple late last year.
Issues with repealing and replacing Obamacare threaten to trip up Donald Trump's ambitious agenda.