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Amid the turmoil of Cambridge Analytica, WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton told his Twitter followers to delete Facebook.
Speaking with CNBC Wednesday in Hong Kong, former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus said the Trump administration's tough trade talk is not populism or nationalism — it's 'Trumpism.'
Amazon's rally over the past year has lifted its stock market value passed Alphabet's.
The surge in wealth from stocks and other financial assets is sending a potential danger signal for the economy.
Trump will speak to the Republican dinner guests as some encourage him to back off the special counsel investigation.
Trump raised concerns about Mueller's job security in a series of aggressive tweets over the weekend.
Tesla's plan to pay Elon Musk only in stock options tied to the company's performance has support from some major shareholders, but not two major proxy advisory firms.
Airlines cancel more than 1,500 flights as a snowstorm approaches the Northeast.
The CEO of Cambridge Analytica claimed his company ran all the digital operations for the Trump campaign, according to a new report from UK's Channel 4.
The suit comes just weeks after porn star Stormy Daniels sued Trump to void her own hush deal — also over an alleged affair.
"I sat down at 21 and gave myself nine years."
America's top nuclear commander says the U.S. doesn't have a defense system in place to counter hypersonic weapons.
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell.
The small city of Los Alamitos has voted to exempt itself from California's so-called "sanctuary state" law, and its mayor says at least 13 others are considering similar actions.
Summer Zervos had gone public in October 2016 with her claims that Trump sexually assaulted her in 2007, a year after her appearance on his show "The Apprentice."
Jim Cramer explains why Facebook’s current approach isn’t working and how the company should proceed.
Australian markets gained early in the session on Wednesday, with markets focused on the Federal Reserve after it kicked off its March meeting.
Fed officials are expected to raise interest rates Wednesday, but it's not clear they will do much to resolve the debate in markets about how many more hikes are coming this year or next.
Salesforce will pay $44.89 per share for Mulesoft, a 36 percent premium.