Tesla is firing hundreds of employees even as the company aims to ramp production of its electric vehicles.
President Xi Jinping, already China's most powerful leader in years, is expected to consolidate power even further.
The White House released its first economic analysis of the Republican tax plan, projecting that the goal of reducing the corporate tax rate to 20 percent will result in a windfall for workers.
More companies are pointing out discrepancies between Facebook's measurements and outside information like census data.
The alternate work spaces stand more than 12 feet off the ground and feature embedded tech.
JPMorgan's latest price checks point out that Whole Foods' value proposition still contrasts that of Costco.
Trump will refuse to certify to Congress that the nuclear deal with Iran is in the U.S. national interest, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says.
More North Korean nuclear missile tests are inevitable. Investors can prepare for them using a simple rule.
Amazon said Thursday that Amazon Studios chief Roy Price was on a leave of absence and the company.
Google and Amazon are well poised to enter the small business lending arena, Karen Mills, former U.S. small business administrator, told CNBC.
Goldman Sachs reaffirms its buy rating for Netflix shares, predicting the video streaming giant will post subscriber gains above expectations over the next two quarters.
Launched in 2011, the 8.5-ton Tiangong-1 space laboratory had originally been a symbol of Beijing's ambitious scientific bid to become a space superpower.
The payments are to reimburse insurers for discounts in health costs offered to low- and middle-income Obamacare customers.
Experts say area likely destabilized after sixth test.
Some Twitter users are calling on Ben Affleck to step down as Batman.
Credit Suisse lowers its price target and earnings per share forecasts for Twenty-First Century Fox, citing Fox's poor Sunday NFL ratings.
The company has already been reeling from a breach that exposed the personal information of 145.5 million people.
Jared Kushner "enriched himself" by not revealing his ownership of a real estate tech business, Newsweek reports.
Southwest plans to start selling tickets to Hawaii next year.
General Motors will temporarily close a Detroit factory over slow sales, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday, citing unnamed sources.
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