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Jim Cramer spoke with Frank Slootman, who dished out how the company achieved remarkable growth in the fourth quarter.
CFO Ruth Porat blamed cost increases on its newly revamped hardware business, its ambitious cloud push, and content acquisition for YouTube.
'At a certain point you can't even price high enough to account for the uncertainty,' a new study says.
Microsoft Azure — the company's cloud platform which competes with Amazon's AWS — grew revenue by 93 percent year over year.
"We're taking them out of a big jam," Trump said about efforts to repeal and replace former President Obama's health-care law.
Low interest rates have helped defuse the United States' debt problems so far, but that won't last for long, Schiff says.
The self-made millionaire visualizes his "3 to thrive": 3 things he's going to make happen that day.
Disclosures from Trump’s proposed education secretary show what happens when two mega-wealthy families unite in marriage.
Trump's "America First" agenda and expedited workflow has lit up the "animal spirits" of investors, USA Today reports.
Tesla alleges Sterling Anderson took company information about Autopilot and recruited fellow employees.
Twitter diplomacy just ripped the Mexican peso, again.
Investors should anticipate a pullback of 4 to 7 percent in the near term, according to one top Wall Street strategist.
Maybe Call of Duty counts as professional development.
Here's how to use your time off wisely.
Shkreli is accused of looting pharmaceuticals firm Retrophin to pay off hedge fund investors he was suspected of defrauding.
President Donald Trump Thursday got it wrong when he claimed dependence on government assistance for families on poverty is "out of control."
Although half the state is still in some form of drought, none of the state is in the most critical level.
Despite the long lines to get a pair of Snap's Spectacles near the end of 2016, the company's New York store is now relatively empty.
Deutsche Bank on Thursday released its favorite financial stocks for the months ahead.
The post-election rally should continue through the year, but expect a correction soon, Tom McClellan told CNBC.