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Digital currency ethereum plunged 28 percent Tuesday below $1,000 amid a massive sell-off in major digital currencies.
Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne said anything Tesla has done with electric supercars can be done by others in the industry.
The request is one of the first responses from the Congress to the disclosure of two major security flaws.
Initial coin offerings are just one of many applications for cryptocurrencies like bitcoins, tech investor Jillian Manus told CNBC.
After stealing the spotlight from bitcoin in 2017, ripple has fallen more than 40 percent in the first few weeks of 2018.
Why one well-known venture capitalist has it wrong by blaming a set of rules known as HIPAA.
New pickup trucks from Chevy, Ram and Chevrolet were the most important announcements at the Detroit Auto Show.
MoffettNathanson lowers its rating on Verizon to neutral from buy, predicting investors will shift to growth-oriented stocks instead.
Credit Suisse gives its top semiconductor sector picks for earnings season.
Facebook Messenger head David Marcus says the company will streamline the app after it became too cluttered.
The e-commerce giant has risen every trading day so far this year. For two analysts, the streak isn't over yet.
Whether it's self-driving cars or diagnosing diseases faster than ever before, digital disruption is enabling an intelligent society.
Greenlight Capital acquires Twitter shares.
General Electric's CEO says on an investor call Tuesday that he is looking at how to "reshape" the company.
Senate Democrats said they had the backing of 50 members of the 100-person chamber to overturn the FCC reversal of landmark Obama administration net neutrality rules.
They sound pretty cool.
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