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Trump will have to "up his game," because China was more prepared than the U.S., according to CNBC's Jim Cramer.
Trump's tariffs and a trade war are mistakes that will hurt the economies of both the US and China: CNBC CFO survey.
Billionaire AutoNation, Waste Management and Blockbuster founder H. Wayne Huizenga has died at the age of 80, AutoNation announced Friday.
Citi Research is concerned lower flash memory pricing will hurt Micron's financial results later this year.
Dropbox priced its IPO above expectations on Thursday night.
The "masking" strategy was applied to 16 million client trade orders between 2008 and 2013, representing over 4 billion traded shares
The American luxury brand is releasing the first of 11 new vehicles this month.
The U.S. goods include pork, wine, fruit and steel.
More than 20 percent of college students are investing their educational loans in highly volatile cryptocurrencies.
When you surf the web using Chrome or any other browser, your computer saves some of the data on websites you're visiting as part of your browser history. Chrome doesn't need to collect that data if you want to surf the web more anonymously.
Research firm Global Cyber Alliance finds that some of the most popular tax software could lead to consumer data getting into the hands of hackers.
The House Committee on Energy and Commerce is calling on the Facebook CEO to testify about Cambridge Analytica and the company's business model.
The activity had been conducted since 2013, and could cost universities $3.4 billion, according to the indictment.
The markets are having a volatile week, and Piper Jaffray's chief market technician is laying out key levels investors should watch in the Dow and S&P 500.
"Life as you know it is over," my divorce lawyer said.
There's a risk that Facebook's sins will become an excuse to crack down on innovation, warns venture capitalist Bradley Tusk.
China has blocked many U.S. internet companies, including Facebook and Google, so they have very small businesses in China.
It can cost a small fortune to prep for events like the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.
Residents in some states opted for practical purchases...while others bought lava lamps.