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One week ago, three distinct but overlapping currents combined to shift tidal forces in America's midterm elections – and smash the Republican Party's congressional fortress.
Innovative new technologies are giving leaders the tools to shape more sustainable, profitable businesses and better engage with both employees and customers.
DeepMind Health says that it will be absorbed into Google Health, but it still won't be sharing patient health information with its parent company. Its critics remain concerned.
Tuesday marks the company's first earnings report since debuting on the Nasdaq in October.
Even as stocks were steadier Tuesday after Monday's sell-off, some charts still look dicey, and that could be a warning for the broader market.
The Gigafactory's expansion since opening in July 2016 has been critical to Tesla's growth. This year, the automaker is on track to sell 236,000 vehicles.
October's miserable market month took its toll across the board, including the hedge fund industry, which collectively turned negative for the year.
Juul's new e-cigarette policy doesn't go as far as expected. A person briefed on the company's plan told CNBC last week that Juul would stop all retail sales of flavored nicotine pods. There was no mention of resuming sales at any point.
The banking giant said it would move workers from its office tower in Long Island City to other locations in the first half of next year "to make room for Amazon."
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg did not appear at the court on Tuesday as she continues to recover from a fall that left her with broken ribs.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis will travel to Texas on Wednesday to visit troops currently deployed in support of the Southwest border mission.
The chief of the Department of Justice's antitrust division said Tuesday that political considerations do not impact the department's work, a day after President Donald Trump suggested Comcast could soon face increased scrutiny.
The response to the HQ2 announcement sets up a political clash for Amazon — a company that has had no shortage of battles with officials as it extends its reach across the country and globe.
General Electric will reduce its stake in Baker Hughes to a slight majority position, the company announced Tuesday.
Pelosi, who expects to be the speaker of the House when Democrats take power in January, discussed strategy and thanked donors for helping the party triumph last week.
Only 26 percent of men, 19 percent of women and 20 percent of adolescents meet the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' guidelines for physical activity.
Before Ken Moelis founded his own investment bank, he was Donald Trump's banker. The Moelis & Co. founder recently spoke about how the art of the deal has changed — and the big debt problem he thinks will soon hit the market.
Medicare recipients who turn to an agent or broker for help should make sure that person has evaluated all coverage options before the program's fall enrollment period ends Dec. 7.
When it comes to retirement, most people say they'd like to spend more time with their friends and family and possibly buy a vacation home and travel the world. That's a tall order for those with little or no nest egg.
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