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Nvidia shares rose and then fell in after-hours trading following the release of its second-quarter earnings statement.
Defense Secretary James Mattis says the U.S. military is "ready" to counter North Korea's nuclear missile threat.
Nvidia executives spent some time talking up digital currencies on its earnings call on Thursday.
Jim Cramer reveals what your next move should be in Live Nation with news that Amazon could start offering ticketing.
Google has canceled its all-hands meeting
Safely transplanting organs from pigs into humans could save hundreds of thousands of lives.
"It's time for every single woman to denounce this line of thought."
Google CEO Sundar Pichai must keep his workforce united amid diversity uproar, even as Facebook and other rivals attack its markets.
Citron Research's Andrew Left issues another negative call on Nvidia.
A new report by Moody's sheds some light into just how important the U.S. market is to Tesla.
Options trading suggests Snap shares will move 17 percent in either direction following the company's earnings report Thursday.
Ryan Graves — one of the company's first employees, the first CEO, and one of its biggest shareholders — said he will transition out of his operating role.
Graves' role at Uber is somewhat mysterious.
A new generation of LSD users who believe it is a useful and harmless enhancement, like meditation or coffee. The Financial Times explores the trend.
His management team did not agree on what to do at first.
Executives from large media companies say rather than fixing the problem with the cable bundle, Disney is preparing its exit.
Oaktree Capital's Howard Marks warns "we're in a bond bubble."
Then 18, the future Microsoft co-founder even included his height and weight on the CV.
"Our business has opportunity to grow," Matthew Salzberg tells CNBC.
Blue Apron shares plunge after the company reveals start-up cost problems.
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