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Uber reported a loss of $708 million in the first quarter, and finance chief Gautam Gupta is leaving.
A White House proposal that would slash agriculture subsidies has many U.S. farmers worried.
Skype just got a major update with new features that feel a bit like Snapchat. Here's a first look.
Venture capitalists have to look to other geographic areas to find companies in the new economy.
Casino stocks are posting big wins Thursday on Macau's May monthly gross gaming revenue sharply exceeding analysts' estimates.
In its heyday, Fort Worth-based RadioShack had 7,300 stores and was a regular stop for consumer electronics, USA Today reports.
Clinton stopped just short of flat-out accusing Donald Trump and his campaign of colluding with Russia.
In recent months, anger over rising drug costs has set off a civil war within the pharmaceutical industry, ProPublica reports.
For this year's college graduates, there's just a brief window before student loan repayment begins. Here's what to do.
It's all about employee happiness.
Citron sees new life in the company as an internet of things provider and a key player in the autonomous car market.
Florida authorities released dashcam video showing Tiger Woods being questioned by police during an incident that ended with the golf star being charged with driving under the influence.
Tom Price purchased shares worth between $1,000 and $15,000 each in biological drug companies, ProPublica reports.
A few tweaks could mean the difference between an average life and a wealthy one.
The value of the network when it comes to disseminating information and breaking news is unrivaled, Costolo says.
Uncertainty over Obamacare is creating a "Trump tax" on health care, says Meaghan Smith.
Former Clinton Treasury Secretary Larry Summers tells CNBC the U.S. would benefit greatly by staying in the Paris climate accord.
How ex-Grantland's Bill Simmons can make a comeback after flopping with HBO.
The Fed will be making some of its own changes to the way it regulates banks, ahead of a likely push from the Trump administration to loosen up post-financial crisis rules.
Economists expected the ADP report to show that private payrolls grew by 185,000 in May from the initially reported 177,000 in April.