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The "Shark Tank" star says that people are largely underestimating the potential of artificial intelligence.
"I do tend to take the more pessimistic view that it will be hard to keep general AI in a box," Dick Costolo says.
Take a look at Paul Ryan and the House—they're actually getting a lot done, says the National Review's Jim Geraghty.
Adobe plans to kill Flash in 2020 but will provide support and patches until that time.
People in Silicon Valley are "concerned about the kind of discourse we're hearing about technology and business," former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo said.
Wedbush research forecasts Twitter to beat revenue expectations but have underwhelming user growth rates.
Boehner predicted that GOP lawmakers might be able to nix certain provisions of Obamacare, but not the entire law, USA Today reports.
Mining stocks led the S&P 500 higher on Tuesday on strong quarterly results and a surge in copper prices.
Oil prices extended gains on Tuesday after Saudi Arabia pledged to curb exports from next month.
Trump will travel to Ohio on Tuesday to talk about middle-class factory jobs, N.Y. Times reports.
General Motors investors are acting like the automaker is stuck in neutral.
The stock market's so-called fear index was on track to trade below its record close from Dec. 22, 1993.
Adam Grant says these skills can't be automated, yet.
McDonald's reported second quarter earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations on Tuesday.
After seven years of GOP promises to get rid of Obamacare, Republicans in the Senate set a vote that could keep the process alive or sink it.
The rate of out-of-network doctor's bills for customers of one large insurer jumped when a company called Emcare entered a hospital, N.Y. Times reports.
"Never think a home is a way to create financial freedom."
A deal could come as the Scripps family is said to seek 50 percent of the proceeds in cash, sources told CNBC.
The Senate's push to vote on health care is an unprecedentedly opaque process to overhaul a $3 trillion industry, Vox reports.