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Jim Cramer detailed how ramped-up consumer spending is bolstering the retail sector beyond what tax reform can do.
Jim Cramer interviewed Apple CEO Tim Cook after his company's pledge to contribute $350 billion to the U.S. economy.
Apple just finished $5 billion of renovations to its headquarters in Cupertino, California, but is now planning to open another office.
Apparel brands are grappling with solutions as items quickly fall out of fashion and consumers turn to non-traditional platforms to make purchases.
Reviewers appreciate much about Tesla's lowest-priced car, but point out some issues with its design and execution.
Using the new 15.5 percent repatriation tax rate, it appears Apple is bringing back $245 billion from overseas.
Apple's new U.S. infrastructure push will include increased spending on data centers, which power services like Apple Music.
XRP has fallen 74 percent from a record high hit Jan. 4, erasing $44 billion from the paper holdings of Ripple co-founder Chris Larsen.
It would be one of the most closely-watched IPOs of 2018, Recode reports.
Financier James Altucher told CNBC that the valid cryptocurrencies will benefit from regulation.
"We will only process fiat currency-based transactions," said Visa CEO Alfred Kelly.
Chinese bidders are circling a diabetes care business owned by the world’s largest healthcare company, Johnson & Johnson.
Amazon's takeover of Whole Foods has pushed companies like Kroger and Walmart to accelerate innovations around grocery shopping.
Whether it's self-driving cars or diagnosing diseases faster than ever before, digital disruption is enabling an intelligent society.
Apple has a moral responsibility to — and a business interest in — the well-being of its customers, Farhad Manjoo writes for the NYT.
Facebook, Google and Twitter say they're creating more anti-terror propaganda to combat violent messages at their source.
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