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U.S. President Donald Trump says North Korea can become "one of the great economic powers" in the world — but experts disagree.
Southwest Airlines alleged its mechanics' union is encouraging the workers to purposefully write up minor maintenance issues in order keep jets out of service to gain leverage in contract talks.
A private survey on China's manufacturing sector showed Friday that factory activity shrank for a third straight month in February.
Elon Musk sent an email to employees explaining the company's decision to reduce headcount in its sales and marketing divisions.
Jim Cramer explains why investors need to be cautious when it comes to cannabis and Chinese stocks.
Jim Cramer talks with Amazon Web Services CEO Andy Jassy about how its cloud service is helping companies to "innovate much quicker."
Andy Jassy, CEO of AWS, told Jim Cramer on "Mad Money" that it's easy to lower prices, but it's harder to be able to afford the cuts.
Jim Cramer takes the time to talk about his top "woulda, shoulda, coulda" stocks.
He based his expectations on one-time charges and other financial commitments, and added that he does expect the company to be profitable in the second quarter.
Target is teaming up with Vineyard Vines, the clothing and accessories brand best known for its shirts embellished with a logo of a smiling pink whale.
The move to e-commerce only will require Tesla to reduce headcount in sales, CEO Elon Musk confirmed. It should also help cut operating expenses, and bypass local politics that have prevented it from operating its own stores in certain states.
Cloud company Nutanix fell after reporting its second quarter 2019 earnings.
General Motors' President of North America Alan Batey plans to retire in 2019, the automaker said Thursday.
New York's governor is trying to win back Amazon by making calls to executives including Jeff Bezos, according to The New York Times.
Saudi Finance Minister Mohammed Al-Jadaan said his country is already seeing the results of its sweeping reform program and would continue to diversify its economy and open its borders for investment.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has entered a not guilty plea to charges of soliciting prostitution at a Florida massage parlor, court records show. Kraft's lawyer Jack Goldberger also had requested a non-jury trial for the billionaire.
J.C. Penney on Thursday reported earnings and sales for the holiday quarter that topped analysts' lowered expectations, as the company said it was successful in reducing a glut of unsold inventory in 2018.
Last week, General Motors quietly pulled the plug on the Volt, ending its production run at one of the three North American assembly plants it plans to shutter this year.
Those fur-trimmed parkas so common on city sidewalks have become a boon to backwoods trappers.
Dividend investing isn't as popular as it used to be. But investors looking for steady income might want to pay more attention.