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Microsoft's president and chief legal officer said on CNBC that it's too early to say if the shutdown is hurting Microsoft's own business.
The company is guiding toward lower-than-expected results for the first quarter of 2019.
President Donald Trump's move to appoint the Carnegie Mellon economist as a central banker ran into a dead end last year when the nomination died in the Senate.
Activists opposed to a fundamental interpretation of Islam held rallies in over 20 cities on Saturday to protest sharia law.
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Trump's action came a day after Pelosi urged him to reschedule his upcoming State of the Union address to Congress or deliver it in writing.
A group of Amazon shareholders has filed a letter demanding the company stop selling its facial recognition software to government agencies.
A consumer version of Microsoft 365 is on the way, almost two years after Microsoft unveiled a version of the bundle for workers.
Ford says hybrid and electric versions F-150 pickup will be exceptionally capable, offering more towing and off-road power, justifying possible sticker shock from the higher prices.
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.
Google will buy $40 million worth of Fossil's smartwatch tech, Fossil said Thursday, driving shares of the company upward.
The unclassified report is believed to have been delayed because of sensitivities about framing threats posed by foreign powers.
Sears Chairman Eddie Lampert's winning bid creates a path for the company to emerge from bankruptcy.
U.S. stocks with significant revenue exposure to China could be big winners if a trade deal comes through, according to HSBC.
Cybersecurity company Recorded Future conducted a research study on the history of Iran's hacker culture, its ties to the country's government and mistakes the loosely tied-together group has made along the way.
Americans are more likely to die from an accidental opioid overdose today than from a car crash, according to a study released Monday from the National Safety Council.
Jim Cramer says U.S. investors seem to be willing to accept a bad trade deal with China if it means getting back to "business as usual."
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