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Amazon's quarterly advertising sales surpassed $2 billion for the first time in the first quarter.
Facebook said in its quarterly report on Thursday that investors could expect to hear about additional incidents of misused data.
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The photo release came hours after the Senate confirmed Pompeo as the next secretary of State.
North Korean Premier Kim Jong Un will meet South Korean President Moon Jae-in at a historic summit on Friday. Beyond discussing denuclearization, the world wonders if the leaders will address economic issues.
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Amazon reported its first-quarter earnings on Thursday after the bell.
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Amazon has once again won streaming rights for Thursday Night Football.
Despite Intel's first quarter earnings beat, investors remained concerned over further delays to next-generation micro-chips.
Microsoft beat expectations on earnings and revenue for its fiscal third quarter.
China's top court has ruled in favor of French fashion house Christian Dior in a perfume bottle trademark case,and rapped the local trademark office for rejecting an application by the firm.
Burkle, co-founder of investment firm Yucaipa Cos. and a part owner of the Pittsburgh Penguins, donated to a pro-Kasich super PAC in 2016.
Asia markets rose Friday morning, after strong quarterly results from some of the biggest U.S. companies helped gains on Wall Street.
Former Paypal CEO Bill Harris maintains that bitcoin is a scam and investors are "drinking the Kool-Aid."