U.S. defense contractor CACI said it had offered to merge with larger peer CSRA, seeking to disrupt the latter's $6.8 billion acquisition by General Dynamics. » Read More
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The death penalty for drug dealers isn't going to stop opiates from killing people, and it isn't going to take the drugs off the streets, so why is the White House so adamant about this form of punishment? Vox reports. » Read More
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For the first time this year, publicly traded companies have to report how their CEO pay compares to the median pay for their workforce as a whole. And, for the first time ever, top GE execs earned no cash bonuses, the Boston Business Journal reports. » Read More
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More than 100 former employees are suing railroad company CSX after being fired or suspended for their use of family-medical leave, the Jacksonville Business Journal reports. » Read More
American Airlines refused to sign deal for O'Hare International Airport expansion, alleging a "secret provision" for gates for United.
Spotify's investors aren't subject to the usual post-IPO lock-up period.
Sentencing guidelines likely will recommend a prison term of more than a decade for the notorious Shkreli, who wants much less than that.
Salesforce beat estimates on revenue and earnings in its fiscal fourth quarter. That initially sent the stock higher after hours.
Spotify said that it's going to increase use of Google's public cloud computing and storage resources.
Aurora closed out its series A round with a $90 million investment from Index Ventures and Greylock Partners.
Trump has strongly advocated supplying "firearms adept" teachers with guns to deter potential shooters.
The tool is supposed to help Americans update their withholding forms in accordance with the new tax law.
Tesla's Model 3 has excellent handling and quick acceleration, but some features either disappointed reviewers, or need further testing.
Federal sentencing guidelines likely will recommend a prison term of more than a decade for the notorious "pharma bro" Shkreli.
Demand to borrow ETFs that track junk bonds has reached a value of $7 billion, its highest level ever recorded.
March 16 will be 90 days since ESPN's John Skipper stepped down. It's a date that could hold a key to Disney's future, said Eric Jackson.
Airlines are cracking down on emotional support animals, but airports are embracing them.
One measure, the Citi Economic Surprise Index, shows graphically how economists have been overestimating the expansion.
Air Force Gen. John Hyten noted that Russia, China and North Korea each assert distinct threats at varying tempos.
Six out of 10 affluent individuals think they'll change their financial plans due to the new law. Here are a few tactics worth considering.
The deal could help Amazon jump an important hurdle in its Amazon Key delivery business and offers a possible alternative to ADT's services.
The hedge fund has unwound its remaining position in the nutritional supplement maker.
PepsiCo is experimenting with its Hello Goodness brand and selling better-for-you snack boxes on Amazon.
Google's G Suite lineup of cloud productivity apps for work now has a full-featured program for communicating with teammates.
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A team at the University of Tokyo is developing a backpack that lets users jump higher and longer than normal.
Trump’s tariffs will soon take effect. Economist Lindsay Piegza explains the hidden costs of tariffs.
Meal Kit services' sales are on the decline and will face slow future growth unless they are able to provide enhanced customer user experience, perfect delivery and packaging logistics, and personalized meal options.
Will Power, R.W. Baird senior research analyst, weighs in on the likelihood of Apple becoming the first company to reach $1 trillion market capitalization.
CNBC's Leslie Picker reports on a high-profile departure from Steven Cohen's Point72.
A 102-year old woman and a 100-year old man both set new world records for running, when Julia "Hurricane" Hawkins ran the 60 meter in just over 24 seconds and Orville Rogers set a men's 60-meter dash running the race in 19.1 seconds.