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Spokesman Sean Spicer went into deeper detail behind Michael Flynn's foreign agent work, describing the decision as a "personal matter."
Reed Hastings has grown Netflix to a $60 billion valuation in 20 years. That's $3 billion a year. Here's how he did it.
Waymo is formally asking a judge to block Uber from operating its autonomous vehicles, The Verge reports.
A brewery in New Zealand designed a machine that crushes beer bottles into a sand substitute to save the country's beaches.
Snap has been on a roller coaster ride since its IPO a week ago. Now investors are watching what will move the stock next.
A big chunk of those "likes," "retweets," and "followers" lighting up your Twitter account may not be coming from human hands.
Strong hiring and healthy wage gains put the Fed on course to hike rates next Wednesday.
The bill would affect participants in workplace wellness programs, who can be charged significantly less for health insurance than others.
The Austin, Texas festival brings together the most buzzworthy minds in technology, music and film to talk about noteworthy topics.
Jim Cramer spoke with "Power Lunch" about his interview with Greg Hayes, and said this is the most bullish he has ever seen Hayes.
Tesla executive Jon McNeill said Tesla employees will manage each service case in certified Tesla body shops, among other things.
Tax reform and health-care reform are running on parallel tracks in the House, Rep. Kevin Brady told CNBC.
Fundstrat's co-founder says stocks disliked by Wall Street analysts will outperform this year.
President Trump wants to cut foreign aid and the Flynn revelations just gave him a great excuse, says Jake Novak.
Scott Pruitt's climate science denial is a threat to business and the American people, says Mindy Lubber
Sears reported a narrower fourth-quarter loss on Thursday.
The administration is going to tackle tax cuts after getting rid of Obamacare, says the White House National Economic Council director.
Stephen Weiss of Short Hills Capital Partners reviews the main factors driving stocks and how investors should be positioned for next week.
Retail stocks are sinking this year, and that has one trader ringing the alarm on the beaten space.
The Trump administration's war on regulation and reported cuts to agency budgets are obstacles to making clean coal a reality.