As concerns about an economic slowdown spread, President Donald Trump could potentially lose his main selling point ahead of his 2020 re-election bid.
In an interview with CNN Tuesday night, Mark Zuckerberg said he will not step down as chairman of Facebook's board. He also praised COO Sheryl Sandberg's work at Facebook when asked if she would be leaving the company.
JP Morgan economists expect economic growth to slow to 1.9 percent next year, as tax and other stimulus fades.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 fell sharply on Tuesday and turned negative for the year as a decline in Target shares pressured retailers, while some of the most popular tech shares dropped again.
Major indexes in Australia, Japan and South Korea declined amid shaky investor confidence following overnight declines in U.S. stocks.
An investigation by Australia's Fairfax Media and Nine News found that China's Ministry of State Security was responsible for a wave of attacks detected by Australia and its partners in an intelligence sharing alliance.
Asian technology stocks on Wednesday were mixed after seeing losses a day earlier, following another tech slump stateside.
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Oil prices saw an advance of around $1 per barrel on Wednesday after plunging by more than 6 percent the previous day, lifted by a report of a surprise fall in U.S. commercial crude inventories as well as record Indian crude imports.
Canadian father of three Antonio Bramante is seeking compensation from the chain for purchases made in Quebec over the past five years and wants to stop the company from promoting toys and happy meals to children in-store.
Gasoline prices are lower than they've been in nearly a year, making it cheaper for many Americans to fuel up this Thanksgiving weekend.
GoldCore said while Zurich should remain the storage location of choice, Dublin will soon beat London to the number two slot.
Facebook shares ended Tuesday down nearly 40 percent from its peak in July following a report last week detailing the company's use of a Washington-based opposition research firm. The share price has been rocked throughout a turbulent year that has been filled with scandals.
Campbell Soup has pushed back against two of Third Point's nominees, former Campbell executive Bill Toler and Third Point executive Munib Islam. Third Point has nominated five executives for Campbell's board.
President Donald Trump once again took a shot at the Federal Reserve on Tuesday, saying he would like to see lower rates from the U.S. central bank.
Airbnb has said it will remove property listings in Israeli West Bank settlements from its platform.
Jim Cramer lists the various pressures that could stop the Federal Reserve from raising interest rates three more times in 2019.
Investors are concerned about three key risks but they may be worrying for nothing, says strategist Scott Wren.
The movement of thousands of active-duty troops to the border has been criticized as a political stunt designed to back Trump's campaign promise of securing U.S. ports of entry.
With interest rates rising and buyer incentives slowing, car shoppers should do some legwork to find the best deal possible.