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JPMorgan strategists identified the biggest forecasting mistake of 2017 as U.S. inflation.
The cars will be highly automated "level 4" vehicles — one notch below fully autonomous cars but well above autopilot.
U.S. equities opened lower on Wednesday as U.S.-North Korean relations grew more strenuous.
As Trump's tensions with North Korea escalate, any nonmilitary solution will rely on China, Greg Wright says in The Conversation.
The NY Times says Trump's instantly viral "fire and fury" threat to North Korea was made without consulting advisors.
High uncertainty about Apple shares is presenting an opportunity for some savvy traders.
Playing them might actually make you more valuable to your company.
The Great White North is more popular than ever as a destination for students.
Jefferies predicts Nvidia will report strong gaming segment sales due to Nintendo Switch demand.
The full interview with Mark Hurd.
Streaming movies to consumers is one thing. Streaming sports is something else. Bob Iger will wait on that one, Recode reports.
In a 1999 "Meet the Press" interview, President Donald Trump emphasized negotiation as the first step to dealing with North Korea.
Disney is perhaps the "one company" that could compete with Netflix and streaming content from Amazon Prime, Jason Calacanis said.
Here's how it could cost you $20,000 or more.
Global and national markets remain unperturbed by North Korea's threats toward the U.S.
Trump's leading choice to run the FTC is allegedly a Washington lawyer who served as a top official under former President George W. Bush.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said we should explore ideas like universal basic income. He should try it himself, says the FT's John Thornhill.
A subsidiary of gadget-maker Anker, named Eufy, is launching an Amazon Echo Dot copycat that will cost even less.
The French telecom giant working on an offer but have not yet brought a proposal to Charter, sources tell CNBC.
U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said that North Korea must stop any action that would "lead to the end of its regime."