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"Now we need to think about whether this current trade war will turn into an economic cold war," said Jing Ulrich, managing director and vice chairman of Asia Pacific at J.P. Morgan Chase.
Eric Schmidt predicts a bifurcation of the internet, not a splintering, as China's tech sector grows.
Tesla is losing another exec, making this the 42nd to leave the firm in 2108.
A collective $168 billion has been wiped off the BATs — Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent — thanks to a cocktail of factors from the U.S.-China trade war to concerns over valuations and regulatory crackdown from Beijing.
Christine Blasey Ford, who has alleged that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her in the 1980s, is willing to testify next Thursday, according to her attorney.
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell on Thursday.
Micron Technology shares fell 3 percent in after-hours trading Thursday after CFO David Zinsner said that the company's gross margins would suffer due to President Donald Trump's latest round of tariffs on Chinese imports.
Jack Ma says he doesn't consider himself "legendary." Rather than follow him, people should try to carve their own way, Alibaba's billionaire CEO said Thursday.
Wells Fargo is lowering its employee headcount by 5 to 10 percent in the next three years, the company announced Thursday.
Companies contend with a host of dire insider threats when they expand overseas
Former Goldman Sachs macro trader Michael Novogratz is comparing recent growth in cannabis stocks to last year's record-setting gains in crypto.
The cannabis craze is hitting Wall Street, and some experts advise caution after marijuana companies undergo wild trading sessions.
Jim Cramer doubles down on his warning about investing in marijuana stocks like Tilray, which has been trading wildly since CEO Brendan Kennedy's appearance on "Mad Money."
On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average reached a new high since January and the S&P 500 surged to a new record.
Stocks were boosted Thursday by decreasing concerns of the U.S.-China trade spat escalating into a full-blown trade war.
Brett Kavanaugh is the first Supreme Court pick opposed by a plurality of voters dating back to 2005, according to NBC/Wall Street Journal polls.
Starting Monday, investors who have played the momentum in FANG stocks may find some of that juice in a new communications services sector formed by S&P Dow Jones Indices.
Some manufacturers have said the agency's requirement that any new e-cigarettes must undergo review before entering the market prevents them from introducing new products that could curb youth use.
As more supply comes onto the U.S. housing market, and mortgage rates rise, affordability is hitting a wall. That has more sellers lowering prices.