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U.S. stocks kicked off the fourth quarter on a high note, and Art Cashin told CNBC he is optimistic.
Las Vegas massacre: Scenes from the deadliest mass shooting in US history
Asia markets were mixed in afternoon trade as the Reserve Bank of Australia kept its cash rate unchanged.
An image that purportedly shows Google's new Pixel 2 XL was leaked on Monday.
Google knows where people search most for "cancer" or "diabetes" and that searches for "obesity" have increased over time.
As law enforcement works to understand what motivated gunman Stephen Paddock, his technology habits have come into focus.
The tax reform plan likely will push up growth and cause the Fed to hike interest rates faster than it had planned, according to Deutsche Bank.
"This company, this mission, has really become Jackson's legacy."
Experts say ISIS' claim it had links to the Vegas shooter shows how desperate the terror group is to remain relevant as it loses territory.
Former Equifax CEO Richard Smith will testify Tuesday that he learned of the hack on July 31 and told the board's lead director August 22
Police say the suspect in the Las Vegas shooting massacre, 64-year-old Stephen Paddock of Mesquite, Nevada, had no known ties to terrorism.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella talks to Jon Fortt about how he leads.
Nevada has only one hospital with a Level-1 trauma center, University Medical Center in Las Vegas.
The horrific mass shooting in Las Vegas has raised concerns about the impact on the city's thriving tourism industry.
After the massacre, not every family will be reunified in Las Vegas.
Profits that companies are holding overseas would be brought back home at a rate that looks to be around 10 percent, according to White House estimates.
The Las Vegas shooter likely had multiple firing positions and a lot of ammunition, said former FBI Assistant Director Chris Swecker.
Veteran technology CEO Tom Siebel foresees unemployment ahead as companies continue to evolve with big data.
Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton and Sens. Chris Murphy and Richard Blumenthal urge Congress to take action to prevent similar massacres.
The collapse of Monarch Airlines has stranded some 110,000 passengers, forcing the largest-ever peacetime repatriation of citizens.