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Sprint is letting customers with second thoughts about using a replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7 exchange the device for another type of smartphone, Recode reports.
Economists and investors seem to be at odds ahead of the Friday jobs report.
Two of the technology world's billionaires are concerned we are living in a simulated world and are working with scientists to break us out.
No more dealing with cable wires or attaching a mobile device to a VR headset. Soon, a standalone virtual reality set will be able to do it all.
A former Department of Defense aide used a government credit card to pay large bar tabs, NBC News reports.
If Twitter is looking to sell, it needs to readjust its pricing expectations, according to James Cakmak, an analyst from Monness.
Unlike the Oculus Rift, the new headset won’t require cables or tethers, Recode reports.
Southeastern utilities battered by devastating storms a decade ago have spent years fortifying their systems. Now they're getting a big test.
Hedge-fund manager Mick McGuire, who sold 2 million shares of Sotheby's this week, says he still has confidence that the stock is poised to surge.
One analysis shows the market will rally if Clinton holds her lead and drop if Trump emerges.
Walt Disney World told CNBC that it will close its Orlando parks at 5 p.m., ET, Thursday; it will stay closed all day Friday.
Many hospitals in the path of the hurricane altered their operations.
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Bathtub-warm water in the Caribbean has strengthened the storm to a Category 4, prompting evacuations in Florida.
U.S. policymakers need quality research if they are to address racial inequality, Harvard sociologist William Julius Wilson told CNBC on Thursday.
Just figuring for water damage, CoreLogic says the damage from Hurricane Matthew to homes along the coast could be extensive.
Bank of America announced Thursday that current head of Merril Lynch Wealth Management, John Thiel, has decided to step down, effective January 1, 2017.
A comprehensive study Thursday found U.S. workers divided on the biggest threats to their job security.
A group of 30 former Republican members of Congress have publicly come out Donald Trump, NBC News reports.
If you have time before evacuating, financial experts say certain documents might be important to bring with you.
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Tesla is in the process of perfecting a new chip for the Autopilot autonomous driving system in its vehicles.
An analyst report states that Amazon is starting to meet with pharmacy benefits managers.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen hinted at what may stop the central bank's stimulus-unwind plans at a press conference in Washington.
President Donald Trump meets with South Korea President Moon Jae-in in New York and the leaders speak about the two countries' relationship and the threat of North Korea.
Vadim Zlotnikov, AB chief market strategist, discusses his market expectations for the rest of the year.
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