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Facebook will lease all of the office space in a new building in downtown San Francisco as it looks to house its fast-growing workforce.
General Electric executives will now fly using charter services, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.
Both the dollar and U.S. Treasury yields spiked following big news out of the Federal Reserve.
Martin Shkreli's bail was revoked last week by a judge for having offered Facebook followers $5,000 for samples of Hillary Clinton's hair.
Alphabet's Nest unit designed its home security system with help of paid former burglars.
The Fed just announced it's putting its massive balance sheet on a diet. That could cause some "hunger pains" in the bond market, says trader Jeff Kilburg.
Hurricane Maria has weakened to a Category 3 hurricane but remains "extremely dangerous."
A slew of patient and provider groups, as well as the AARP, oppose the last-ditch repeal bill.
Whether or not the Fed leads the U.S. economy into recession depends on whether it sticks to its fed funds forecast, Bill Gross told CNBC.
Charles River Ventures' Rafael Corrales says there are three big reasons for the current ICO craze.
The deal is Albertsons' first big strategic move since Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods Market earlier this year.
The Oracle of Omaha isn't shy about singing duets with popular musicians, most recently taking his act to the Forbes centennial party
"I have so many friends going to your countries, trying to get rich, I congratulate you," President Donald Trump told a group of African leaders.
The Fed sent a strong message that it plans to keep raising interest rates, even as it unfurled plans to shrink its mammoth balance sheet.
The company responds to the controversy it allowed advertisers to reach people who were likely to identify as "Jew haters" and other derogatory terms.
The Fed will raise rates in December even if there is a pullback in stocks when it starts unwinding its balance sheet, Peter Boockvar said.
German firms may have technology even more sophisticated than Tesla's current version of Autopilot.
Twitter invites guest chefs to its cafeteria, and the latest was a robot.
Guggenheim Partners CIO Scott Minerd downplayed reports of upheaval at the firm and dismissed talk of a power struggle with the CEO.
CNBC's Federal Reserve panel discusses the latest decision from the central bank.