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Trump's lawyers are looking for ways to discredit special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation, the Washington Post and New York Times reported.
Nuance Communications sees third-quarter earnings and revenue below Wall Street estimates.
Mark Corallo, the spokesman for U.S. President Donald Trump's outside legal team, said on Thursday that he has resigned.
Federal Trade Commission is looking into allegations that Amazon misleads customers about its pricing discounts, according to a source close to the probe.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says Trump and Putin may have met more than three times at the summit.
U.S. crude prices fell 1 percent Friday after a report said supply from OPEC will rise.
Some in the bitcoin space said there are more hurdles to jump over yet in the scaling debate.
Berenberg says Wells Fargo will report earnings next year below Wall Street expectations due to "weak demand for credit."
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The name “Applied Optoelectronics” may not immediately grab investors’ attention, but the stock’s performance ought to turn plenty of heads.
But only at Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) for now, The Verge reports.
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The drop in revenue came as weakness in GE's energy connections business offset gains in renewables and power units.
Graduates in some Western states owe much less than the national average.
The deeply flawed Western economic system is contributing to the worst economic recovery the world has ever seen, Chris Watling, CEO of Longview Economics, said on Friday.
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Exxon Mobil sued the U.S. government, blasting as "unlawful" and "capricious" a $2 million fine levied against it for a three-year-old oil joint venture with Russia's Rosneft.