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Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse reiterated their bullish long-term outlooks for Snap after the company's shares plunge on first-quarter earnings results.
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Apple has acquired a mobile app and sleep monitoring device called Beddit.
Surprisingly, J.D. Power's annual survey of travelers finds airline satisfaction at a record high.
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What's happening in Washington is not rattling Wall Street even as it generates plenty of water cooler chatter on Main Street.