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The White House plans to announce tariffs Thursday as President Donald Trump aims to punish China for intellectual property theft.
The social media giant and its top executive have faced privacy concerns before — and made no shortage of public comments.
His comments follow days of tech insiders, lawmakers and even Facebook employees calling for input from Facebook's highest executive.
The quarter-point rate hike announced by the Fed was expected. The FOMC's March meeting was Jay Powell's first as chair.
Sessions reportedly was under investigation because of questions about whether he mislead Congress during his confirmations hearings about contacts with Russians.
This represents an increase of more than 100-fold over what the committee spent at Trump's properties during the same period last year.
Researchers and engineers at RAND explain what a hypersonic weapon is, which countries are developing them, and how the U.S. could look to defend against them.
United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz says the airline is not rushing to shut down pet transport program.
Michael Coates, who joined the company in January 2015, is quitting to start his own company.
The coffee chain said it is now working to achieve this benchmark globally.
Facebook said it will enact further restrictions to prevent the misuse of personal data.
Jim Cramer makes a connection between FedEx's post-earnings conference call and the president's newly appointed economic advisor, Larry Kudlow.
Police found a trove of more homemade bombs in his home and evacuated a four-block area to avoid more death or injury, USA Today reports.
Jim Cramer reveals which stock he has his eye on after Wednesday's Fed news.
A bidding war could well have driven up the price that Salesforce paid for MuleSoft.
Jim Cramer explains why a Facebook scandal shouldn't reflect poorly on its big-cap companions in the technology space.
Pet shipments are a small part of United's already minor cargo business.
A backlash against technology stocks such as Facebook is coming that could hurt the broader market, one strategist says.
Asian markets looked set for a mixed open on Thursday after the U.S. Federal Reserve raised interest rates for the first time this year.