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Yelp expects $25 million to $28 million adjusted earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization in the first quarter
Rep. Jeb Hensarling's memo, obtained by CNBC, listed among other things a commitment to "remove remaining nonbank SIFI references."
Legacy media companies have sought to grow their digital subscriber bases amid a sector-wide struggle against steep declines in print advertising revenue.
Mark Zuckerberg is showing off a new way to interact with the Oculus Rift headset: an Oculus glove.
Better amp up that emergency fund. A new study shows unexpected medical bills spike in March and April.
Pulitzer prize-winning oil analyst Daniel Yergin appears to be feeling more confident that American drillers can boost output in 2017.
The White House is considering Brian Brooks, a top official at Fannie Mae, to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Analysts at Cowen downgraded Twitter to underperform, predicting a 27 percent drop in the stock in the next 12 months.
How to start the day like Richard Branson, Michelle Obama and Tim Cook.
Damage to California's Oroville Dam concrete spillway is forcing the state to consider alternatives to release water as new storms arrive.
Gordon Bethune, former CEO and chairman of Continental Airlines, said the United States' air traffic control system needs an upgrade.
Tesla's Fremont factory pause is a clear sign the company is moving ahead with development on the much anticipated Model 3.
The carbon tax is a loser of an energy plan that just won't die, says Jake Novak. President Trump should just say no!
The social-media platform chief executive's long-winded excuses about the firm's fourth-quarter earnings could use an edit.
Another battle over savings plans is brewing. This time, lawmakers are pushing back against programs that offer IRAs to private-sector workers.
An increasing number of local markets are mismatched, where buyers are finding what they want is not what is for sale.
The big three major U.S. averages haven't seen a 1 percent move — either up or down — in more than two months.
Jeb Hensarling is attacking the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and scaling back rules on bank living wills and stress tests.
If there was ever any doubt that markets are moving on tax reform, they should be laid to rest today.
Snap is spending $450 million on cloud hosting services this year, which is more than it generated in revenue all of last year.