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Walmart says it wants robots to carry out tasks that are “repeatable, predictable, and manual," The Verge reports.
Not every problem in America—the opioid crisis included—needs to be solved by the federal government, Michael Tanner writes in the National Review.
While tax reform could result in changes to employer retirement plans, your savings goals should stay the same.
The fears were used as an argument against legalization. But they proved to be bogus, Vox reports.
Amazon, Alphabet and Microsoft reported earnings after the bell Thursday, all beating the Street and sending stocks on the rise.
Amazon "is clearly a huge piece of this," but there's much more, health care services analyst Ana Gupte says.
Aetna earlier this year dropped an effort to merge with another larg
Consumer confidence was expected to hit 100.9 in October.
They're easy and they work.
Exxon Mobil reported it earned 93 cents per share on $66.2 billion in revenue, beating estimates on both the top and bottom line.
The tech-heavy Nasdaq composite rose to a record high as Wall Street cheered blowout quarterly reports from three big tech companies.
But Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov will remain the principal owner of the team.
The iPhone X goes on sale at 3 a.m. Eastern on Friday morning. Here are some tips to give you the best chance at getting one.
Janet Alvarez had six figures of debt and no job. It was time to get creative.
Big tech is firing on all cylinders.
Twenty years ago Friday, for the first and only time, systemwide circuit breakers shut the market before the official 4 p.m. close.
The founders of Amazon and Google just keep adding to their riches.
Zebra Medical Vision has created algorithms that are able to read medical scans and detect disorders.
Obamacare prices would have risen by less than double-digit percentage increases next year "in a stable policy environment."
"It's really," he says, "about the bargains we make with the world."