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These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell.
In his earlier tweet, Trump threatened to "fight" GOP representatives who did not get behind his agenda.
Edward S. Lampert is facing the downfall of two of his business, according to a report by The New York Times.
The Amazon founder and CEO made several bold career moves to get to where he is today.
Get ready to be blown away by new technology coming to smartphones.
Doing a comprehensive tax reform bill is somewhat easier than trying to do just tax cuts, former Rep. Dave Camp said.
"There's not a lot of people really excited about the market," said one analyst, who says that may not be a bad thing.
Verizon is reportedly gearing up to launch a streaming TV service to take on Sling TV, PS Vue, DirecTV Now and Hulu this summer.
Structural market developments help explain the underperformance of small cap active strategies since the financial crisis.
Cutting SpaceX launch costs leaves the door open for a broader array of satellites following different orbits.
Fundstrat's Tom Lee explains why he likes energy and financials, and why he thinks the market may have more of a pullback.
Kimberly Greenberger discusses the future of retail, department stores and Trump in a CNBC PRO Talks conversation with Mike Santoli.
In the eyes of some market pros, the Fed should reach its inflation target Friday, an important milestone on the road to normal policy.
An Uber executive accused of stealing driverless car technology is exercising his Fifth Amendment right, The New York Times reports.
Some American companies are rebutting Trump, even amid the threat of a tweet attack.
A draft letter outlined that the Trump administration may only seek modest changes to NAFTA.
Gasoline prices could see a significant springtime jump, pushing retail pump prices to their highest level in two years, according to a widely followed gasoline analyst.
Stocks rallied on Thursday, with the S&P 500 erasing its March deficit and going positive for the month.
The charts are showing another leg up for stocks, at least according to one technician.