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Last quarter as Facebook struggled with data leaks and fake news scandals, insiders at the company were selling more stock than they typically do.
Flippy, the burger flipping robot, has a new gig cooking fried chicken tenders and tater tots at Dodger Stadium, USA Today reports.
Yelp is planning to display health inspection information of various businesses, USA Today reports.
The president was expected to give a speech before touring a steel factory in Granite City, Ill.
Second quarter growth is expected at 4.1 percent, after some economists tweaked their forecast after Thursday's economic reports.
Diners at Chipotle Mexican Grill spent more and avocados cost less during the second quarter, driving better-than-expected earnings. Shares surged by 6.6 percent Friday morning after the company beat Wall Street estimates, as some of the changes outlined by new CEO Brian Niccol last month appear to be taking hold.
The coffee giant has struggled with sales in the U.S. for several quarters.
Intel beat expectations but still saw its stock fall on second-quarter earnings results amid delays of technology for upcoming products and a pending CEO search.
Amazon misses on revenue but earnings came in more than double what the Street expected
Papa John's founder John Schnatter is suing the pizza chain seeking documents related to his ouster as chairman earlier this month.
A drop in foot traffic at McDonald's restaurants in China in recent months has CEO Steve Easterbrook worried that the trade war between the Trump administration and Asia has turned off customers there.
Burger King is selling "Chick Fries" as a way to protest how women are charged more for some products that are almost entirely identical to the ones for men, whether it's deodorant, jeans or having a shirt dry cleaned, USA Today reports.
NYC still uses window air conditioning units when the rest of the country has central air.
Crypto merchant bank Galaxy Digital took a $134 million hit in the first quarter as bitcoin lost half its value and other cryptocurrencies struggled to break out of a bear market.
On pace for its worst day as a public company, Facebook shares plummeted on weak outlook, but these analysts say the multiples make the tech giant as a good buy.
The Color of Change PAC, which boasts the financial support of liberal megadonors such as George Soros, is training thousands of volunteers to convince unregistered voters and other people who don't usually turn out for elections to show up in 2018.
The move signals a sharp escalation in the ongoing tensions between Trump's allies in Congress and Rosenstein, who oversees special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.
Virgin Galactic succeeded in the third rocket-powered flight of its Unity spacecraft on Thursday.
White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow predicted that the second-quarter GDP release Friday will live up to the mounting hype.
Besides the seemingly endless number of new products introduced on Thursday, Amazon's launch revealed that it's not only serious about owning the smart home but it can run an exciting event.
California Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday signed a bill to reduce ocean waste and the use of plastic straws in the state.
Nostalgia over the loss of Toys R Us may have boosted toy sales in the beginning of the year, but it won't be enough heading into the holiday season.
RSG 3-D wants to bring this resilient building material to the masses in the U.S.
Jim Cramer explains how a demand for Micron's chips combined with its buyback could send the company soaring.
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