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Strife is raging between Republicans over the next big piece of legislation: corporate tax reform.
The global supercycle in commodities that has lost steam in recent years shows signs of revving up again, Jodie Gunzberg says.
Tech could be your best bet in the new year, says one technical analyst.
Jefferies predicts Mobileye's sales to automotive companies will grow 46 percent per year through 2020.
The global anti-Uber alliance is launching a reverse takeover, in a sense.
"The innovation on smartphones is petering out, although Apple has some surprises in store," said Robert Scoble, entrepreneur-in-residence at Upload VR.
Broader changes are coming to Sony's company's structure, the company said on Friday.
Jim Cramer weighed in on the action of the banks, and what it could mean for earnings in the future.
Vivek Wadhwa of Carnegie Mellon said president-elect Donald Trump's visa policy may actually be right for Silicon Valley.
Jim Cramer shares the stocks and events on his radar next week when earnings season kicks off.
Jim Cramer got to the bottom of why DexCom's huge gain was a surprise to even the most bullish investors.
The "Fast Money" traders said there's still opportunities in the market as it continues to tick higher.
It's not the first U.S. death from a near-ultimate superbug, but it's a reminder that unkillable bacteria are evolving and spreading, NBC News reports.
Wells Fargo is "growing at a slower rate" in the wake of the fake accounts scandal, CFO John Shrewsberry says.
Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) said he believes Donald Trump's election is illegitimate because of Russian interference in last year's election. NBC News reports.
Terry Tamminen, who met with President-elect Trump and Leonoardo DiCaprio in December, explains how a Trump climate-change deal with China might work.
NASA made a visual portrayal of the atmospheric river called the pineapple express and the heavy rains it has brought to the Western U.S.
The "Fast Money" team rings the closing bell at the Nasdaq as they celebrate the show's 10th anniversary.
Federal health regulators are concerned that dialysis patients are being steered into private insurance as opposed to Medicare or Medicaid.
The phone will feature an edge-to-edge screen, cost around the same price of an iPhone 7 and go on sale mid-2017, Bloomberg reported.