An internal memo was put out last week announcing a demotion and fine for four regional leaders involved.
Payment company Square is "analogous to Amazon or Google in their early days," poised for significant upside, according to one bank.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch recommends Nvidia shares due to the company's product leadership in multiple secular growth markets.
Ethan Perlstein didn't shy away from sharing everything with CNBC, including his personal salary, rejections and revenues.
A South Korean consumer group filed a criminal complaint against Apple CEO Tim Cook over slower iPhone devices.
Rich Templeton is being replaced at the helm of Texas Instruments after 14 years.
IBM finally posted revenue growth, for the first time in more than five years, on Thursday. But shares still fell.
Mayors and elected officials are already making their pitch.
The common thread among some of the best hedge fund performers is in-depth sector expertise.
Robert Shiller said bitcoin reminds him of "tulip mania" centuries ago in the Netherlands.
Bitcoin is 'something regulators need to deal with but not ban,' says former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair.
Jim Cramer explained how he uses his shopping experiences to help determine which retailer stocks are not worth buying.
Jim Cramer spoke with IBM's Martin Schroeter after earnings to hear his take on blockchain, bitcoin and the new tax law.
Spencer Bogart of Blockchain Capital says there is a legion of people who see a great buying opportunity.
Atlassian dropped almost five percent after earnings on Thursday, despite reporting results that topped estimates.
Snapchat laid off two dozen workers in New York and London. Half of them worked on content as the company consolidated those operations in Los Angeles
Customers in New York, Boston and Miami will be able to see and sit in the Model 3 for the first time in those cities.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak told an audience of Silicon Valley veterans that he's still a company employee after four decades.
"I don't imagine there has ever been an investment that big in this country," Trump said.
The study found that the electric weapon reduces the rate of police injury, it also determined police use of firearms remained unchanged.
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