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The U.S. Department of Defense and Lockheed Martin are close to deal for a contract worth almost $9 billion.
Netflix rallied to a record after its earnings report, but back in 2011 the service was struggling and a couple investors made a bold bet.
China is expected to meet government growth targets for 2016 with no surprises.
Benchmark crude oil prices will likely average $54 a barrel in the first quarter but the rally may stall.
President-elect Donald Trump has chosen former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue to lead the Department of Agriculture, NBC News reports.
The company said it added 7.05 million subscribers during the quarter, well above its own expectations of 5.2 million.
Bega Cheese shares jumped 13% after the company announced acquisition of Vegemite and other brands from Mondelez International.
Thumbtack CEO Marco Zappacosta says that Uber and Lyft jobs are insecure, but you'll never be able to replace pros like plumbers.
Startups like Pangea196 and Nomad List make it easier for millennials to work out of office all the time.
Chaebol reform may finally materialize in Asia's fourth-largest economy if a leftist candidate win the upcoming presidential election.
Jim Cramer explains the trading theory for a hedge fund to make money on a stock like Bank of America.
Anonymous issued an ominous warning to Donald Trump ahead of his inauguration, saying he's going to "regret" the next four years. NBC News reports.
Jim Cramer went back to economics 101 to discuss President-elect Donald Trump's potential impact on currency.
The addressable market for what Amazon is doing is "just gigantic," LMM CIO Bill Miller told CNBC.
The popular gold-tracking GLD ETF has risen in 13 of the past 15 sessions through Tuesday, the first time it has done so since summer of 2011.
the 92-year-old former president was placed under sedation for a procedure to protect and clear his airway.
Jim Cramer explains how Netflix numbers could impact Facebook, Amazon and Alphabet.
The streaming giant wildly beat subscriber additions estimates by a little under 2 million accounts.
Netflix's boom in subscribers is a sign that the world is accepting internet TV, meaning without commercials and on-demand, said CEO Reed Hastings.