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"Just because you have a Twitter account doesn't mean you have to use it," Cuban says.
Blue Apron leads the meal kit delivery service sector, which the rating firm estimates will grow to $10 billion in the next 3 years.
A new version of Microsoft 365 intended for front-line workers includes StaffHub, an app employees can use to check their shifts.
Microsoft is introducing some Azure cloud services in its ongoing pursuit of sector leader Amazon Web Services.
"I would be locking arms with the players," says Johnson, a former NBA team owner.
Whole Foods Market is about to try an experiment to see if sushi lovers can warm to roll based on what grows out of the ground and not what is hooked out of the sea.
Alexandra Shapiro, a marketing executive at an e-commerce firm, has come a long way from escaping political instability in Ukraine.
William Dudley is the president of Federal Reserve Bank of New York and vice-chairman of the policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee.
It appeared no drivers, crew or other team members protested during the national anthem Sunday prior to a race at New Hampshire Motorspeedway.
Hopes to repeal Obamacare this year rest on a simple Republican argument: States will do it better than Washington.
Jonathan Swan, national political reporter at Axios, says he'd be "truly stunned" if Trump were to give Cohn the Fed job.
Uber's chief executive apologized for the taxi app's mistakes in London and promised to change as the firm fights a decision by the city not to renew its license.
China on Monday called for all sides in the North Korea missile crisis to show restraint and not "add oil to the flames."
Hurricane Maria, now a category 1 storm, continues to weaken and will likely become a tropical storm by Tuesday night, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) said.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced a snap election for next month, according to the Kyodo news agency on Monday.
Politics likely will be a big market influence in the days ahead, with a major congressional initiative expected this week.
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