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Zuckerberg's appearance in the European Parliament consisted of around an hour of questions and less than 10 minutes of answers. » Read More
Tesla said it had hired Snapchat maker Snap's vice president of monetization engineering, Stuart Bowers, as vice president of engineering. » Read More
McDonald's said that it takes the accusations seriously and that the franchisees who operate some 90 percent its roughly 14,000 U.S. restaurants "will do the same." » Read More
US Steel said it will reopen a dormant steelmaking facility following President Trump's plan to slap tariffs on imported steel and iron, the Pittsburgh Business Journal reported.
Storms aren't the only way weather affects companies. Founder Joel Myers tells CNBC how AccuWeather makes a business predicting weather for business.
Oprah has sold a large portion of her Weight Watcher stock, leaving observers wondering if she will run for president in 2020.
The speech marks Trump's first in-person remarks since the announcement of top White House economic advisor Gary Cohn's resignation.
California may ban detachable caps on plastic bottles that could potentially set a standard for the rest of the nation.
The race to Mars is on, and a new generation of space companies is providing a challenge to incumbents.
There is a fear spreading through Wall Street that President Trump's inner-nationalist will be fully unleashed, Politico's Ben White says.
Robotics, digitization and localization — perhaps more than tariffs — are the major game-changers for globalization, UBS' chief economist says.
Ripple said Wednesday that the app, called "Money Tap," will first go live in the fall.
The Dutch firm says the first customer will receive delivery next year.
The aero-engine maker said it was on track to meet its 2020 goals, after it beat forecasts last year and promised further cost-savings.
The protectionist battle cry has garnered opprobrium from allies, created more divisions within the government, and threatened growth and investment.
Two sources told Reuters that the group pulled the offer after discovering the Hollywood studio's liabilities were higher than previously disclosed.
With ECB President Mario Draghi likely to display a dovish tone again, there might be growing disagreement in the Governing Council.
British insurer Legal & General reported a 2017 operating profit of 2.1 billion pounds ($2.92 billion).
The lawsuit sought to seize assets allegedly bought with money stolen from a Malaysian state fund, 1MDB.
The U.K. is bending over backwards to welcome Saudi Arabia's crown prince as he starts a three-day state visit aimed at deepening economic ties between the two countries.
Move over Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos is officially the richest man in the world.
White House economic advisor Gary Cohn's resignation may be a "turn for the worse" in the ongoing trade battles, says Larry Kudlow.
Although men have been widely noticed for inappropriate behavior at work, a study showed that women see more rudeness from each other, PBJ reports.
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