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Twitter shares popped Wednesday after a research firm said advertisers gave "more constructive" feedback on the company's strategy.
Many analysts are still forecasting average oil prices of $60 this year. It is now abundantly clear that is not going to happen.
Credit Suisse raises its price target for Monster Beverage to $60 from $59, representing an 18 percent upside from Tuesday's close.
Jack Ma says third technology revolution could mean a war is looming, but humans will always remain distinct from machines.
Susan Fowler's blog post came amid a widening deficit of trust in Silicon Valley.
Alphabet's Google unit will enter into exclusive talks with San Jose to build offices and employee housing.
Philadelphia central bank President Patrick Harker argues for "pause" during balance sheet reduction, Financial Times reports.
U.S. motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson is lining up a takeover bid for Italian rival Ducati.
The full interview with Dubravko Lakos-Bujas.
Traveling for work is more difficult than ever.
Alibaba CEO Jack Ma, along with Martha Stewart, was at the Gateway '17 conference in Detroit.
Wall Street may be cheering McDonald's technology and menu upgrades, but the burger giant's core customers are balking.
The low volatility that's frustrated traders gives investors all the more reason to buy stocks, Goldman Sachs strategists say.
First, the actor and his friends made the drink they wanted.
Pacific Crest initiates its price target for PayPal at $60, representing 14 percent upside from Tuesday's close.
Argentina's stock market also took a hit, with the Merval falling nearly 5 percent and was on track for its worst day since June 19, 2014.
Democrats need to get the message from Jon Ossoff's stinging loss in Georgia, and fast, says Jake Novak
Senate Republicans plan to release their version of health care reform legislation at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, two senators said.
The departures come on the heels of Anthem's announcement that it will effectively exit Ohio's Obamacare market in 2018.
If everything feels like it costs more than it did 10 years ago, that's because it does.