Invesco is going to buy OppenheimerFunds, a subsidiary of Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance, in a more than $5 billion deal, according to a report Friday by Financial Times service Ignites.
The Wall Street Journal said that White House ethics advisors rejected John Dowd's idea, and later rejected his later plan to personally donate $25,000 to Paul Manafort's legal defense fund.
Twitter said Friday that private messages sent between users and some brands since May 2017 might have been improperly shared with external software developers.
Paige.AI promised to transform how cancer is diagnosed with application of AI and health care. Their advantage, though, was access to 25 million patient tissue slides through Sloan Kettering as well as investors from the cancer center holding stake in the start-up. The arrangement has sparked outrage and caused resignations, The New York Times reports.
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Besides the seemingly endless number of new products introduced on Thursday, Amazon's launch revealed that it's not only serious about owning the smart home but it can run an exciting event.
California Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday signed a bill to reduce ocean waste and the use of plastic straws in the state.
Nostalgia over the loss of Toys R Us may have boosted toy sales in the beginning of the year, but it won't be enough heading into the holiday season.
Discussing the current state of the markets with Cassandra Toroian, Bell Rock Capital; Jim Cahn, Wealth Enhancement Group; and CNBC’s Rick Santelli.
Bill Simon, former Walmart U.S. CEO, and James Pethokoukis, American Enterprise Institute, discuss the potential impact from looming tariffs on consumer products as companies like Walmart say trade tensions may hurt business.
Robert Cihra, Guggenheim Partners analyst, discusses how today's launch of the iPhone XS models and the Apple Watch Series 4 will impact the tech giant's earnings.