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Defense Secretary Mattis will brief President Trump on military options against Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad's regime, NBC News reports.
WPP CEO says brands and agencies want more places online to buy ads outside of the two tech giants.
Meeting minutes from the Fed have one trader seeing volatile markets ahead, and that has him betting on a gold rally.
Benchmark's Bill Gurley spoke from the LAUNCH Festival in San Francisco.
The scene is set for the first face-to-face between President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
The music streaming service is considering a direct listing, instead of a traditional IPO.
The industry's record gains show the sheer amount of free capital worldwide.
The Amazon founder is selling $1 bln of stock a year to finance his dream of colonizing space. Both he and his company can afford it.
Still, Uber is valued at about $68 billion, according to CB Insights — about 9 times more than Lyft.
Companies around the world are closely following the genetics research begun by Kari Stefansson in Iceland two decades ago.
Trump advisor Steve Bannon attended a National Security Council meeting after he had been removed, a source tells CNBC.
We take a first look at Apple Clips, Apple's free new iPhone app that allows you to easily create and share video.
High-risk pools run by states were criticized before Obamacare for not doing a good enough job at covering sick people.
What Bannon's removal from security council means for the Trump administration and more on First Read from NBC News.
Republicans enacted the "nuclear option" to clear the way to confirm Neil Gorsuch as Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court, NBC News reports.
An image of Putin with a full face of makeup is banned as an "extremist material" in Russia, USA today reports.
Elevate was forced to cut its IPO price by about half, indicating that investors still aren't ready to embrace subprime lenders.
Employers are hunting for flexible workers from a broad range of industries.
The NAFTA renegotiation with Mexico could be a golden opportunity for China, NBC reports.
If anything, the Chinese have been supporting their currency, the editor and publisher of The Gartman Letter said.