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Google will pay Apple about $3 billion in 2017 to remain the default search engine on iOS devices, according to Bernstein.
Home Depot is up around 15 percent this year, but one technician warns that it could be in trouble as it gears up to report earnings.
U.S. stocks traded sharply higher on Monday boosted by a solid performance seen from international markets as geopolitical tensions ease.
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The president's refusal to condemn the "Unite the Right" gathering in Virginia has begun pulling private disdain into the open.
Morgan Stanley raises its price targets for Tesla shares after the firm increases its Model 3 production forecasts.
Credit Suisse says today's North Korea troubles are an opportunity for buyers.
David Sacks, one of Silicon Valley's most prominent investors and a former PayPal COO, discusses the promise of cryptocurrency such as bitcoin and ethereum.
A photo on Twitter of a Walmart gun display quickly drew criticism from people online and the company itself, USA Today reports.
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A key voice on U.S. stocks says we're in for a significant drop.
Republicans' plan to slash corporate taxes may not go down easily for Americans who believe businesses should pay their fair share.
Chaos at White House and GOP's health-care reform collapse have soured some Trump voters' views of the President, USA Today reports.
An artificial intelligence lab wants to teach distributive machines how to behave, N.Y. Times reports.
Cities with the best view of the total eclipse are spending big, bracing for a huge influx of tourists — and it's not clear it will pay off.
Industry groups and other sectors of society are gearing up to fight proposed changes to the personal income tax.
The U.S. and NATO alliance are getting mixed signals from Turkey at a time when Russia is increasingly warming to Ankara.
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The richest man in the world’s first post is about a lunch he had with kids in Tanzania.
The danger is that Trump could try to exploit the North Korea conflict to distract from the domestic crisis in the US, says the FT's Gideon Rachman.