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Pandora shares jumped more than 9 percent after reporting significant growth in subscription revenue.
Amazon shares hit a new all-time high on Wednesday, surpassing the price of $1,500 apiece for the first time.
Stocks and bonds duked it out over how to interpret the Fed's latest minutes, and it seems the bond market is winning.
Facebook has started using artificial intelligence to spot people who could be at risk of suicide.
Former General Electric boss Jeff Immelt was consistent in his overly optimistic approach to running the once-massive company.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission published updated guidance on how public companies should disclose cyber security risks.
Venezuelans reported losing on average 24 lbs in body weight last year and almost 90 percent now live in poverty.
Broadcom lowered its bid Wednesday in response to a possible Qualcomm tie-up with NXP Semiconductors, which Broadcom sees as lowering the company's value.
Federal Reserve officials see increased growth and an uptick in inflation as justification to continue to raise interest rates gradually.
Trump would consider barring all firearms for some individuals rather than certain guns for all Americans, a White House official says.
Facebook says its political advertising tools significantly boosted the U.S. presidential campaign of Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson.
Special counsel Robert Mueller told the court on Friday that new criminal conduct involving bank fraud was discovered in the case.
A Chicago bank loaned $16 million to former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, who is now charged with a slew of crimes.
Elon Musk is leaving the board of OpenAI, a nonprofit organization he cofounded in 2015, as Tesla continues to focus on artificial intelligence.
Marc Lore spoke to CNBC on Wednesday after a report surfaced that the Jet.com founder was considering stepping down from his new post at Walmart.
The top trending video on YouTube Wednesday morning claimed a survivor of the shooting at a Florida high school was a "crisis actor."
Twitter and Snap are more attractive now that Facebook is no longer the "only game in town" for advertisers, GBH Insights says.
Jon Cordova reportedly wrote that Barack Obama would not have won the presidency if he were white and compared Black Lives Matter to Nazis.
Several services, from start-ups to retail giants, have sprung up to meet demand for online grocery delivery, USA Today reports.
Two cryptocurrency exchanges are looking to make bitcoin transactions faster and cheaper with a new software update called SegWit.
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The gunman in the Las Vegas massacre had at least 12 rifles fitted with the device that Trump now wants banned.
"That spirit speaks to the future potential of what this country can do," the American president's eldest son said in New Delhi.
A new report from a conservative group finds it would cost households hundreds of dollars a year.
IRL is a social app that has been gaining popularity among teens and hopes to become the Instagram of invites.
President Trump held a listening session with high school students, parents and teachers at the White House to discuss what can be done to stop gun violence in schools.
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