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A five-floor center, called "More Mall," is being built near Alibaba's headquarters in the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou, according to Caixin.
"This is not a jobs story. This is not about closing a lot of factories," Greg Hayes tells CNBC.
Moody's Investors Service said it would strip the U.S. of its top-notch rating if a default such as a missed debt payment were to happen and it would not regain the Aaa-status even if the default were resolved.
If Trump ends DACA but doesn’t explain how, he could plunge immigrants into panic, Vox reports.
After the Tesla CEO's latest AI Twitter rant, billionaire Mark Cuban agrees “autonomous weaponry is the ultimate threat to humanity.”
The Galaxy Note 8 is a fantastic Android phone that packs every feature Android fans could ask for, but it's also expensive.
"The pursuit of happiness requires you to pursue."
Defense stocks rose broadly on Tuesday as tension between North Korea and the West mounted.
An interview with 21.co founder and Andreessen Horowitz partner Balaji Srinivasan, an early crypto investor.
Apple CEO Tim Cook previously (and privately) pressed Trump on the issue, Recode reports.
It has nothing to do with technology or Silicon Valley.
The full interview with Mark Grant.
Barclays says the connected home ecosystem, and the companies working to create it, might represent one of the "most significant investment" opportunities.
Stock prices of Florida home insurers plunge after Hurricane Irma strengthened to a Category 5 storm.
Hurricane Irma is now a Category 5 storm. Travelers should check to see how easily they can shift plans.
Texas and the region were making progress as of Tuesday, USA Today reports.
Because of North Korea threats, South Korea President Moon Jae-in is giving workers more time off, Newsweek reports.
Bernstein believes Apple stock still "offers attractive risk reward" at the current valuation.
White Castle has partnered with fashion designer Telfar Clemens to redesign its employee uniforms.
As money flows out of active investing, once-closed funds are reopening. But that doesn’t make them a surefire bet.