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Apple is scrambling to fix a serious glitch within its latest Mac operating system.
The top court will weigh whether police must obtain warrants to get data on the past locations of criminal suspects using cellphone data from wireless providers.
China's Zhejiang Geely and its Volvo Cars unit are considering making Lynk & Co. branded vehicles at Volvo plants in Belgium and South Carolina.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open, as Wall Street looked to build on a strong performance from the previous session.
U.S. government debt yields rose Wednesday after economic growth surprised to the upside; with Janet Yellen is testifying in Washington.
Essential founder and CEO Andy Rubin has taken a leave of absence from his new company for "personal reasons" following a report on the circumstances of his 2014 departure from Google.
Microsoft announced that it will rebuild its iconic Redmond campus in a project that will take between five and seven years to conclude.
The cryptocurrency traded at an all-time high of $10,819.56 soon after it broke through a closely watched milestone Tuesday night.
The digital currency hit $10,000, according to CoinDesk, marking an exponential ascent from 6 cents in 2010 and less than $1,000 at the start of 2017.
A new Fed chief and the promise of tax cuts sent stocks to record highs in a rally that could go into year-end and beyond, strategists say.
An earlier missile tested by North Korea in July had a far shorter range than the ICBM fired on Tuesday, which fell into the Sea of Japan.
Bianco Research founder Jim Bianco feels the GOP's tax plan is more a tax "rearrangement" than a cut, and the market would likely do just fine without it.
Natixis chief economist Joe LaVorgna had been a big proponent of tax reform – but he thinks the current Republican bill is "bad policy."
As they search for ways to join the Republican tax cut push, self-styled "deficit hawk" senators have raised questions that appear to make no sense.
The court denied Obama-era appointee Leandra English's requested restraining order.
North Korea is likely to ramp up its ballistic missile and weapons programs and "testing is going to get more rigorous," experts said.
Goldman Sachs Chief Economist Jan Hatzius sees continued above-trend growth for next year and four Fed rate hikes.
Home Depot shares reached an all-time high of $176.77 by Tuesday afternoon.
Some GOP senators haven't yet committed to supporting the tax bill, but anti-tax crusader Grover Norquist thinks the legislation will pass.
"This is a restless company, dissatisfied with the status quo in health care," CEO David Wichmann told investors.
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Boston Dynamics unveiled their door opening robot, SpotMini. Watch what happens when a human tries to stop it.
President Donald Trump announced that he wants the Justice Department to issue regulations that would declare so-called bump stocks illegal.
Amazon sells branded over-the-counter medications such as Advil, Mucinex and Nicorette as well as options from Perrigo's generic GoodSense brand.