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Bitcoin prices recovered to reach a record high on Tuesday as investors in the space shrugged off news that another cryptocurrency was hacked.
If Amazon launches pharmacies in Whole Foods and on Prime, an acquisition of Rite Aid would accelerate market share, according to Cowen.
Antipollution regulations may drive freight companies to adopt electric trucks at a faster pace than car buyers purchase electric cars.
Pixar chief creative officer John Lasseter will be taking a six-month sabbatical after several "missteps."
JPMorgan initiated coverage on cybersecurity provider ForeScout with an overweight rating, citing the company's technological ability.
JPMorgan is looking at allowing its clients to trade bitcoin futures, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
ProPublica was allowed to buy rental ads on Facebook and request they were not show to African-Americans, Spanish speakers and other groups.
It's not just fake news.
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Apple supplier Foxconn has been illegally employing students to work overtime to assemble the iPhone X, the Financial Times reports.
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