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An analyst report states that Amazon is starting to meet with pharmacy benefits managers.
Kim Jong Un's weapon of choice may be nuclear weapons. Donald Trump's is ridicule — and it works — says Jake Novak.
China's latest crackdown on bitcoin will likely shut down the local industry around the digital currency for good, several analysts said.
The city sent a staffer to Seattle on Monday and are sending out others next week to "to ensure we really understand the Amazon culture."
A Senate hearing Tuesday looking at recent Navy ship collisions included discussion that sailor fatigue may have played a role.
A VC firm started by OpenTable founder Chuck Templeton has closed its second fund at $180 million to invest in food tech startups.
Wal-Mart is expanding an option that allows shoppers using food stamps to order items through its online grocery pickup platform.
Fans were impressed.
Nearly two weeks after Irma, St. John's residents continue to struggle. Yet at one of the island's popular hangouts, spirits are high.
As the Fed starts unwinding the stimulus it provided to snap the economy back to life, two types of companies should benefit, Goldman Sachs says.
"The president's public remarks have been off," former diplomat Nicholas Burns says.
For the true story on the U.S. economy, small-cap stocks' sluggish performance may be a better guide, according to Jefferies.
Rooftop solar growth has slowed to a crawl, thanks to these troubling political attacks, says Greer Ryan.
Tobacco companies have already started posturing themselves for a future beyond cigarettes.
Near-40 percent of small businesses never reopen after a disaster. Disaster-planning can make a difference.
ATM skimming is on the rise and getting more sophisticated, especially as criminals try to cash in before the switch to more secure chips.