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Stocks rebounded Tuesday, recovering some of the steep losses of the prior trading session that sent both the Dow and the S&P 500 tumbling.
Respondents boosted the chance of recession, reduced their support for the president's handling of the economy and lowered their outlook for economic growth and Fed rate hikes.
Chinese President Xi Jinping addressed his nation Tuesday morning in Beijing to commemorate the 40th anniversary of China's "reform and opening up."
U.S. Surgeon General Jerome M. Adams declared e-cigarette use among kids an "epidemic" in the U.S. on Tuesday, pointing to companies like Juul as problematic.
Amazon has big plans in the health care sector, and here's where it could go next.
The marijuana company would work with Novartis' generic drug business Sandoz, and supply non-smokable and non-combustible medical cannabis products where it is legally allowed.
2019 will be a time to get back into tech "in a big way," according to long-time investor Paul Meeks
Here are pros and cons to smart speakers including the Amazon Echo, Google Home and Apple HomePod.
SpaceX is raising a $500 million round of fundraising, according to the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday.
U.S. homebuilding rebounded in November, driven by a surge in multi-family housing projects, but construction of single-family homes fell to a 1½-year low, pointing to deepening housing market weakness that could spill over to the broader economy.
Denied public service loan forgiveness, some borrowers want their day in court.
Heed the warning signs.
These popular tax breaks were cut or capped as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
After flipping 40 House seats in November's midterm elections, Democrats have key parts of the signature legislative achievement of President Trump's administration in their cross-hairs.
Charter Communications was accused of failing to deliver on its claims of speedy internet service.
Jim Cramer says four things need to happen for the stock market to find a true bottom as sellers drive the major averages lower.
Next year is supposed to be a blockbuster year for tech IPOs, but investors have reason to be concerned given how 2018's debuts are trading.
Riyadh is set to increase spending and even as it tries to close its budget deficit in a bid to boost slow growth and shore up popular support after months of controversy, analysts believe.
Technology, he predicts, will "disrupt more jobs" than "the world economic crisis."