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Investors sold off shares of Johnson & Johnson on Friday after a Reuters report said the company knew for decades that its baby powder contained asbestos, an allegation J&J has denied.
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Amazon looked at buying Confer, a start-up developing at-home health tests prior to its acquisition of PillPack.
Special counsel Robert Mueller has spent just over $25 million in his probe of any links between the Trump campaign and Russia, according to a new filing released Friday.
Flynn "does not need to be warned it is a crime to lie to federal agents to know the importance of telling them the truth," the special counsel said, adding he "undoubtedly was aware ... that lying to the FBI carries serious consequences."
TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says Amazon and Google have seen the success of Apple's AirPods and will launch competitors next year.
A U.S. military assessment found that North Korea is still evading U.N. sanctions by transferring oil at sea, and that a coalition of U.S.-led forces deployed to disrupt the movements has failed to dent the overall number of illegal transfers.
Notwithstanding the recent Marketo acquisition, Adobe's fourth-quarter earnings report surpassed analysts' estimates.
Pelosi riled up Democrats with a televised Oval Office spat with President Trump over government funding. Then she made a series of deals to pave her way to becoming House speaker once again.
Home sales have slowed to a crawl nationally, and it's not just the winter temperatures, it's the weaker pulse of the market, especially the markets that were hottest just last spring.
Shares of the transportation company lost nearly a quarter of their value on Thursday after a negative report by a short-seller, but they are on the rebound Friday after the company said it would buy back $1 billion.
Goldman analyst Robert Jones said he doesn't think Walgreens' numerous partnerships with other companies will help offset declines in its core retail pharmacy business. He downgraded Walgreens to "sell" from "hold" Friday.
SIPC President and CEO Stephen Harbeck tells CNBC he has serious concerns about the plan, and contacted the Securities and Exchange Commission's trading and markets division about it.
"There are obviously still concerns about the safety of their products or the extent to which their products could be used to compromise American security in any way or even individual security," Lieberman told Politico in an interview.
Facebook says a photo API bug exposed photos that users hadn't yet shared to third-party developers.
Many people have accepted the narrative that artificial intelligence is an inevitable reality of the future without questioning whether the technology should be built in the first place.
In what appears to be a sting operation, at least 20 booksellers were suspended from Amazon after sending allegedly counterfeit textbooks to a mysterious buyer in Seattle.
Popular online stock-trading platform Robinhood is offering checking and savings accounts that pay 3% interest on a daily basis.
There's a growing cottage industry of dealers who acquire discarded items at very low prices, only to resell some of them back on Amazon and eBay at a premium.
CNBC went to the U.S.-Mexico border to learn about electronic surveillance systems being tested at the border.
We tried the Poopsie Slime Surprise Unicorn and here's what happened.
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