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The Trump administration claims Canada's trade practices involving U.S. wine are "discriminatory."
A carefully curated selection of cool sneakers is helping Foot Locker's stock gain momentum, says analyst.
Beancounters have been trying to get the government to cut down for years on investing in new servers.
SoulCycle formally requested to withdraw its IPO registration on Friday, but it doesn't mean the fitness company is down for the count.
The findings should encourage officials in these places to prepare so they're not scrambling if it spreads, said EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak.
Retaining Turnberry Solutions is part of a lobbying effort to secure federal approval for its merger with Sprint, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The Tesla CEO criticized journalists on Wednesday on the heels of a report saying negative media coverage is "increasingly immaterial" to Tesla's stock price.
A federal judge in Virginia has delayed the trial of President Donald Trump's campaign chairman, Paul Manafort.
Brightline, the only privately owned and operated passenger rail in the U.S., opens a new leg of travel between Miami and West Palm Beach, Florida.
Venture capitalists in Silicon Valley are worried China will soon overtake the U.S. in areas like artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicles.
The EPA spent nearly $3.5 million on security costs for Pruitt during his first full four quarters in office.
Vladimir Putin said on Friday he would respect the Russian constitution which bans anyone from serving two consecutive presidential terms, meaning he will step down from his post in 2024 when his current term expires.
Tesla on Friday announced a number of key executive hires including James Zhou as its China CFO and Neeraj Manrao, a former Apple executive, as director of energy manufacturing.
Federal officials were unable to find 1,475 migrant children who had been placed in foster homes in 2017.
PepsiCo said on Friday it would buy baked fruit and vegetable snack maker Bare Foods, in a deal that underscores the company's efforts to strengthen its healthy snack portfolio.
The additions will be Disney's biggest "single-themed land expansion" ever, according to Disney CEO Bob Iger. Each will be an expansive 14 acres.
Banking regulation has gotten stricter and more transparent since the financial crisis, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said.
Buyers will likely find dealerships eager to move inventory to make room for soon-arriving 2019 models.
Collapse of summit indicates President Trump didn't know what he was doing on North Korea, CNBC's John Harwood writes.
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