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Jack Bogle shares his views on the markets and President Donald Trump in an exclusive interview Monday on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."
A bull market's long-term outlook is relatively insulated from "shock" events like the attack on Syria, according to a CFRA analyst.
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It’s not uncommon for the invention of an important new technology to be followed by legal battles over rights to that technology, Vox reports.
On-device training means less data shared with Google, Verge reports.
In the long term, friends from the opposition undermine you behind the scenes, John Sununu tells CNBC.
Goldman Sachs recommends companies with rising profit margins and sales for each of the next two years.
The U.S. missile strike on Syria could extend Trump's list of foreign enemies, writes Vox's Zeeshan Aleem.
Tesla has passed Ford in market value, but Elon Musk's electric-car company is being chased by EV start-ups backed by Chinese money.
Jim Cramer says he's unsure about three rate hikes if the Fed is data dependent.
Dallas officials said the city's warning system was hacked late on Friday night, disrupting the city when its emergency sirens went off Saturday morning.
A firm upgraded Amazon to buy from hold, also initiating a price target of $1,100 per share.
Piper raised its price target on the stock on Monday to $368 from $223, representing a 21.6 percent upside from Tesla's Friday close.
Here's why better economic indicators should be translating into higher GDP growth already, says Karen Firestone.
James Altucher gets great results by choosing game tables over conference rooms.
Before last week's strike on Syria, Nikki Haley and Rex Tillerson appeared to suggest ousting Assad was not a top priority, NBC News reports.
U.S. wireless carrier AT&T said on Monday it would buy Straight Path Communications, a holder of licenses to wireless spectrum, for $1.25 billion.
U.S. Secretary of State said Moscow failed to carry out a 2013 agreement to secure and destroy chemical weapons in Syria.
Soon after the meeting between Presidents Trump and Xi ended, Chinese media scolded the U.S. leader for military action in Syria.
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