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The company has announced three deals with European firms that will start testing Phantom Auto's technology in vehicles and remote control operation centers.
The German Dr. Peters Group said it would strip two unwanted Airbus A380 superjumbo passenger jets for parts after failing to find an airline willing to keep them flying following a decision by Singapore Airlines not to keep them in service.
Sophia the robot has become a cultural icon. And now, it's raising questions about just how much thought goes into the potential negative consequences of developing AI, including the effects of how it’s physically designed and marketed.
China would buy nearly $70 billion worth of U.S. agriculture and energy products if the Trump administration steps back from tariffs, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday, citing sources familiar with the matter.
The Russian leader said protectionist measures are harmful to all involved.
AbbVie said its experimental rheumatoid arthritis drug met goals in late-stage testing.
Manafort, 69, allegedly used encrypted messaging platforms in an effort to contact witnesses and influence their potential testimony against him.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has picked a new leader for its emerging cryptocurrency division.
Schultz, who is leaving Starbucks, declined to say what his next step will be, but some have speculated that he will run for public office, including president.
Growth in U.S. non-manufacturing was increased in May, marking 100 months of expansion.
Starbucks' departing chairman Howard Schultz says "the economy is strong," and he gives "some" credit to Trump.
Former Yum Brands CEO David Novak says Howard Schultz has managed to balance "his need for profit with his social agenda."
President Trump is "very seriously contemplating" separate trade negotiations with Canada and Mexico, White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow says.
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine is advancing President Trump's proposal that private companies take over ISS operations, according to The Washington Post.
Billionaire industrialist, donor and political activist David Koch will retire from his roles at Koch Industries and other Koch-affiliated groups, according to an internal memo CNBC obtained Tuesday.
Britain's government said Tuesday it was now prepared to give Twenty-First Century Fox the provisional go-ahead to buy Sky, subject to the sale of it's Sky News channel.
The biggest risk of DNA testing kits isn't a health scare but what these companies may be doing with your genetic data.
It's anyone's guess how a "Roseanne" spinoff might fare, but TV history has a few examples of how a reboot may fare.
This summer, diners are craving spicy alcoholic drinks, savory mocktails and gut-friendly beverages.
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In front of the House Financial Services Committee, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell answers questions from Rep. Al Green (D-Texas).
Fortnite is one of the largest video games on the market. It has bigger audiences than some cable television shows.