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Retailers that get many of the goods they sell from overseas had been worried about the border adjustment tax.
Amazon's earnings fell far short of expectations, but strategists say Amazon is more interested in growth than profit.
Hiring in those groups is north of 42 percent year over year.
Wells Fargo required more than 800,000 customers who took out car loans to buy auto insurance they didn't need, the New York Times reported.
Chinese tech firm Huawei has clawed its way to the top in China and wants to clobber Apple and Samsung globally by selling to richer customers.
New White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci raged against leaks, Priebus and Bannon in an interview with The New Yorker published Thursday.
House Judiciary Committee Republicans on Thursday called for a new special counsel: To investigate Hillary Clinton, James Comey and Loretta Lynch.
Here's one reason why investors are looking forward to Amazon's Whole Foods acquisition.
Amazon drops slightly after earnings miss
Economic growth is expected to be double the first quarter's pace when second quarter GDP data is released Friday morning.
Paul Ryan said that his chamber is open to going to a conference committee to reach an Obamacare repeal deal with the Senate.
Starbucks shares whipsawed after the bell Thursday after the company posted weaker-than-expected third-quarter revenue.
Steven Richardson has said he told Shkreli to stop making homoerotic remarks around him.
Oaktree Capital's Howard Marks warns his clients to move into lower-risk investments.
JPMorgan's Marko Kolanovic recommends investors buy S&P 500 put options to protect against a market drop.
Jim Cramer sat down with top-ranked gamer Andy Dinh and Bracken Darrell, the CEO of Logitech, to hear about the boom in online gaming.
Dunkin' Brands' CEO says delivery is the next worldwide phenomenon in food service.
The abrupt reversal in Nasdaq stocks raises a red flag for technicians and signals a possible summer top for the market.
Jim Cramer sees Verizon and AT&T making comebacks based on their better-than-expected earnings reports.