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Asia markets closed lower in a light trading session as several major markets remain closed for a public holiday.
Apple is considering investing at least several billion dollars in the chip business put up for sale by Toshiba, public broadcaster NHK reported.
Apple's new campus requires about 3,000 trees, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
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United Airlines has a customer service issue, not an overbooking problem Michael Boyd, president of Boyd Group International told CNBC.
Jim Cramer says the bomb confused the market about the president's intentions and how quickly he changes them.
The U.S. military reported on Tuesday that it dropped a GBU-43 bomb in Afghanistan to target a series of Islamic State caves.
United told CNBC the airline crew immediately consulted with a physician on the ground who provided guidance throughout the incident.
Trump said his confidence in the military is "frankly why they've been so successful lately."
The economy is doing better and earnings growth should be good, experts told CNBC.
Pittsburgh Steelers chairman Dan Rooney, one of the NFL's most influential and popular executives, has died. He was 84.
Several political analysts say North Korea will likely not cross a red line as the U.S. and China find a way to step up pressure.
When Chinese iron ore futures surged to a record high last week, spot prices in Australia jumped, an indication of China’s clout in price setting.
Elon Musk gave details on four upcoming Tesla models on Thursday.
Wells Fargo CFO John Shrewsberry talks about the company's earnings and the fallout from the sales practice scandal.
Home sales jumped nearly 9 percent in March compared with March 2016, as the number of homes for sale plunged 13 percent.
Raymond James is bullish on homebuilder stocks due to strong sales data points and trends.
A defiant Musk took to Twitter to suggest the investors buy stock in Ford Motor instead. The Ford family controls the Detroit automaker through two classes of stock.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon was in a good mood on Thursday.
Janus portfolio manager Bill Gross shares his views on the economy, Trump and the Fed in an interview Thursday on CNBC's "Power Lunch."