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The construction manufacturer beat second-quarter earnings estimates on both EPS and revenue.
Citigroup research projected that Facebook's quarterly results will be positive based on a specific figure in the Alphabet report.
Stocks look set to open sharply higher on solid earnings results from Caterpillar.
The Wall Street Journal reports Beijing has increased surveillance of the border region as well as a "combat readiness-level big data disaster recovery center."
Sen. John McCain's office said Monday evening that he would return to the U.S. Senate on Tuesday.
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UBS set a 12-month price target of $170 and reiterated its buy rating despite rumors the iPhone 8 might be delayed.
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President Donald Trump lashed out on Twitter again on Tuesday morning.
Amazon launched a business marketplace called Amazon Business just two years ago. It already has over 1 million business customers.
Elon Musk was responding to a comment by Mark Zuckerberg in which he said the Tesla CEO's doomsday view of AI is "pretty irresponsible".
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China's bureaucrats who once encouraged foreign takeovers are now second-guessing private deals, says Breakingviews' Pete Sweeney.
"They look like chickens with their heads cut off," says Marcus Lemonis.
President Trump first told a huge crowd of Boy Scouts at a national jamboree Monday that he didn't want to talk politics. But he couldn't help himself.
Shares of Barnes & Noble jumped Tuesday after activist investor Sandell released a letter to the retailer's board, calling for change.
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The index which covers the home prices in 20 cities across the U.S. was up 5.7 percent in May, a decline from April.