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Amazon may be ready to jump into the messaging market with a new app called Anytime.
"I think it's a great buying opportunity," Drexel Hamilton's Brian White says.
A federal judge has limited the information the Labor Department can request as part of its investigation, Recode reports.
Production of the iPhone 8 won't begin until November or December, according to a new report from Economic Daily News.
Delta Air Lines responded to criticisms on Twitter from Ann Coulter, who said the airline had reassigned her "carefully" selected seat
Winnie the Pooh has been censored on Chinese social media, the Financial Times reports
Ed Lee, Recode managing editor, talks about Netflix's challenges and growth strategy ahead of earnings.
CNBC's Eric Chemi takes a look at the growing use of emojis among businesses worldwide.
Brian White, Drexel Hamilton, provides his play on Snap's selloff as the company's lock up restrictions expire in less than two weeks.
Desktop Metal wants its 3-D printers to boost US manufacturing.
Emojis may seem simple and fun but use them in an incorrect manner and it can be an embarrassment. Emoji Translator Keith Broni can help.
The bear has been censored on Chinese social media in the lead-up to the 19th Communist Party Congress, reports the Financial Times.