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Silicon Valley is the world's elite technology hub, attracting top talent and start-ups, but more workers and young companies are leaving San Francisco for cities across the rest of the U.S., like Pittsburgh and Philadelphia.
The president is suggesting a U.S.-China trade deal could be nearing. But administration officials told CNBC on Friday that a deal might not be so close, after all.
The losses push Apple into correction territory, more than 11 percent off its all-week high.
The U.S. goods and services deficit increased more than expected in September amid escalating tensions with its global trading partners.
Job growth blew past expectations in October and year-over-year wage gains jumped past 3 percent for the first time since the Great Recession, the Labor Department says.
Twilio CEO Jeff Lawson says it's not enough for tech companies to accept that hate speech is a complicated issue.
Citi says Wells Fargo has a "clear path to improving returns" with a reasonable valuation.
Retailers ordered a stockpile of goods from cookware and toys to mattresses, according to import and shipping data from August through October.
U.S. government debt yields added to their weekly climb Friday after the government's monthly jobs report showed the U.S. economy adding jobs at a brisk pace.
Stocks traded in a wide range on Friday as investors digested different comments and reports on global trade, while Apple shares dented the broader tech sector.
The Nasdaq erased most of its gains from the day in after hours trading.
Tech investor and Trump donor Peter Thiel thinks all the great consumer internet ideas may have been exhausted, and thinks Trump will win re-election in 2020 as long as the economy is good.
Apple will stop reporting how many iPhones, iPads and Macs it sells each quarter, starting with its December earnings report.
Weight Watchers shares tanked nearly 14 percent Thursday after the company said the number of subscribers had declined for the second quarter in a row and its third-quarter earnings and revenue missed expectations.
Illumina made a move that will help it retain its dominance in the burgeoning DNA-sequencing field, experts say.
On stage at the DealBook conference shortly after employee protests, Google CEO Sundar Pichai acknowledged the company "didn't always get it right."
Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren had called for the Commerce inspector general to open an investigation into the exclusion process, which has come under heavy criticism.
The company reported earnings for its fourth quarter on Thursday.
Apple sold 46.89 million iPhones during the quarter ended Sept. 30.
The burger chain reported a same-store sales decline, while Wall Street had expected that key metric to grow. That news outweighed better-than-expected earnings and revenue.
In the era of free trials, forgetfulness comes at a cost.
Walmart is bucking the video streaming trend, opting not to launch a new service after talks with former Epix CEO Mark Greenberg ended.
AliveCor is best known for its Apple Watch band that includes a tiny electocardiogram sensor. It now competes with Apple, but Gundotra said the company just had its "best quarter ever" and that he stepped down for personal reasons.
January 20, 2009 was a historic day, as Barack Obama became president. It was also a chilling time in the economy.
"I want to fuel my body with the best nutrition I can for strength."
Women are increasingly opting to freeze their eggs, especially as more companies offer it as a benefit.