Stocks rose on Friday as investors cheered potential progress in trade negotiations between China and the U.S.
China has offered a six-year boost in imports during its ongoing talks with the U.S., officials familiar with the matter told CNBC.
Tesla is cutting its full-time staff headcount by around 7 percent as it ramps up production of its Model 3 sedans, CEO Elon Musk says.
The Russell 2000 has gained more than 8 percent this year — a far cry from 2018, when the index saw its worst annual loss since the financial crisis.
Check out the companies making headlines midday Friday.
BuzzFeed reported that Trump directed Cohen to lie to Congress about talks regarding a possible Trump Tower project in Moscow.
Microsoft says anyone using its smartphone platform, Windows 10 Mobile, should switch to Android or iPhone.
Though Apple has trumpeted its Services segment, the company's top analyst thinks the App Store is "the next shoe to drop."
Musk says Tesla faces a "very difficult" road ahead in its long-term goal to sell affordable renewable energy products at scale.
With the new tax law, you need to think critically about what kind of mortgage you take out and how you pay it off, says "Shark Tank" star Kevin O'Leary.
In a letter, Warren asked why the Treasury chief made the calls when they were no major concerns about stability or financial institution liquidity.
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Earnings have reset lower but are still seen growing in the mid-single digits for 2019, and recession fears have eased.
Immigration attorneys say the pricey commissary goods are part of a broader strategy by private prisons to harness cheap inmate labor to lower operating costs and boost profits.
Bill Barr's answer to Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., went viral after a BuzzFeed report said that President Donald Trump had directed his then-personal lawyer Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about an aborted plan to build a Trump Tower in Moscow.
Some 800,000 federal workers across the country have seen their income suspended as the government shutdown crawls into its fourth week.
"If this drags on into February, March, then growth rates are going to fall to a place where unemployment will start to rise," economist Mark Zandi warns.
Amid the stalemate in Washington, credit unions have some of the more generous offers for government employees.
The Vanguard Group founder, who was worth $80 million, regularly donated half his salary, according to The New York Times, but he still wasn't fully satisfied.
U.S. manufacturing output increased by the most in 10 months in December, boosted by a surge in the production of motor vehicles and a range of other goods, which could allay fears of a sharp slowdown in factory activity.