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Facebook reported a sharp rise in second-quarter profit as ad sales surged 47 percent from a year ago.
Oaktree Capital's Howard Marks warns his clients against investing in digital currencies.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said he does not "understand the consistency" of Amazon collecting taxes on its own sales, but not for "third-party" sellers on its marketplace.
Some strategists see an additional bullish catalyst in rising global uncertainty.
A tiny fraction of Americans has seen costs sharply increase because of Obamacare. Liberal and conservative experts alike place the number well below 10m.
The Fed could soon start to shrink its balance sheet, unless Congress manages to spook financial markets with a rip-roaring fight.
Increased regulator attention on digital currencies will help them develop into a mature investment product, several analysts said.
The company's stock is plummeting in after hours trading after a bad earnings miss.
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"Discrimination in any form is wrong for all of us."
Whitman remains CEO of HP Enterprise.
Birkenstock CEO David Kahan says Amazon's new program to buy products from third party sellers is "pathetic" and an "assault on decency."
PayPal shares gained in after-hours trade after the company posted better-than-expected earnings and guidance.
Key Pentagon positions remain unfilled in the Trump administration, and the situation is causing frustration for defense contractors.
Judge William Alsup said, "you go back and tell that guy he better show up," after voicing frustration at Alphabet executives claiming they are "too busy."
The Senate on Wednesday rejected a proposal to repeal parts of the Affordable Care Act without an immediate replacement.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Wednesday appeared to tamp down reports that he could leave his post by year end.
Here's what has one Bank of America strategist calling for a bounce in the dollar.
Consumers spend more on gadgets now, not so much on fancy clothes, and the economy is over-retailed.