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President Donald Trump and Russian leader Vladimir Putin met in Helsinki, Finland for their first one-on-one summit on Monday.
Technology shares are headed for a rough start to Tuesday's session after a steep fall in Netflix shares led the sector lower in after-hours trading.
Shares of Amazon fell off session highs immediately following the rocky start to Prime Day.
Trump said Putin "offered to have the people working on the case come and work with their investigators with respect to the 12 people."
Bank stocks rallied on Monday in the thick of big banks’ earnings reports, and one money manager sees bigger gains ahead.
Coats said that Russia not only interfered in the election but that its "efforts to undermine our democracy" are ongoing.
Amazon Prime has gotten pricey.
The U.S. has had some success getting accused Russian hackers extradited to face charges.
Morgan Stanley's lead domestic strategist repeated his call for second-quarter earnings reports to lead to lukewarm responses from companies' shares.
CTRL-labs’ noninvasive neural interface allows people to control computers, robots and applications by tracking electrical activity generated when a person thinks about moving.
Goldman Sachs says companies with high profit margins can thrive in an inflationary environment.
Southwest is expanding its air cargo program abroad, starting with Mexico.
Federal authorities arrested a Russian woman accused of conspiring to infiltrate American political organizations at the direction of a senior Kremlin official.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’ fortune just crossed the $150 billion mark. That’s $55 billion richer than Bill Gates, at number two.
The full interview with Jurrien Timmer.
Papa John's founder accused media agency Laundry Service of trying to blackmail company for $6 million.
Even hosts at Fox News were stunned by Trump's refusal to condemn Putin for what U.S. intelligence agencies have said is solid evidence of Russia's sustained effort to interfere in the 2016 presidential election.
The House Victory Project infused ten Democratic campaigns with $2.2 million in their early efforts to flip the House of Representatives.