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Overstock.com briefly surged more than 23 percent after Morgan Stanley Investment Management disclosed an 11.4 percent stake in the company.
Thanks to earlier detection, improved screening and innovative treatments, certain types of cancer are becoming more manageable than before.
Sarah Sanders also faced questions about President Donald Trump's support for scandal-ridden Senate candidate Roy Moore.
CEO Nick Leschly said Bluebird is cautious about calling its drugs cures, though it's "definitely a potential."
The Food and Drug Administration has issued just three warning letters over drug ads in 2017, down from 11 in 2016.
Flynn kept his job for 18 days after the White House counsel was warned Flynn could be the target of Russian blackmail.
Amazon has sharply cut the number of open positions in Seattle and is rumored to be on a hiring freeze as it seeks the location of its second headquarters.
The Association of Flight Attendants has called sexual harassment a 'silent epidemic.'
In its quarterly survey, the National Association of Manufacturers found 94.6 percent of CEOs were positive about their company's outlook.
American Express has announced that it will no longer require signatures for credit card purchases beginning in April 2018, the Verge reports.
A private investigator pleaded guilty to misusing Trump's SSN to access his tax information before the election last year.
The roughly 3,000 contracts traded so far represent a notional value of only $50 million, tiny compared with established markets such as gold.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took his case to Europe to ask allies to join the United States in recognising Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says Colin Kaepernick is always welcome to have discussions with the league.
Airbus is exploring plans to lower A380 superjumbo production to as low as six aircraft per year.
An official has quit the Republican National Committee over the GOP's support of Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore.
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CNBC's Kate Rogers reports that according to Wall Street Journal, billionaire investor Carl Icahn is seeking to change management at Xerox.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on Eli Lilly raising its dividend by 8% to 56.25 cents.
Spark Therapeutics CEO Jeff Marrazzo speaks to CNBC's Meg Tirrell about the biotech company's hemophilia treatments and the potential for gene therapies.