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Companies that make lab equipment, testing supplies and analytical devices have driven the sector up 41 percent, beating the much-discussed internet giants
Boeing executive Leanne Caret said the current missile defense system Boeing has would protect the continental U.S. from an attack.
Best, a supply chain technology company, was listed under the symbol "BSTI" on the New York Stock Exchange.
Jefferies corrects its price target for Tesla to $240 from $280.
Reviews of the new Apple Watch Series 3 with cellular and GPS connectivity are out, and here's what reviewers are saying.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller highlights striking characteristics the stock market shares with 1929.
HHS Secretary Tom Price reportedly took five private jets for official business last week.
Bill Ackman shares his views on CNBC's "Halftime Report" Wednesday.
Hurricane Maria has weakened to a Category 4 hurricane but remains "extremely dangerous."
The home goods retailer expects restructuring costs and the impact of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma to continue to weigh on results.
Republicans need 22 more votes from among the 24 GOP senators representing states that would get less money under the latest Obamacare repeal bill.
The Fed is about to make history Wednesday, and so far, the market has yawned. But that could change with Wednesday's announcement.
President Trump made a decision on whether or not to pull the US out of the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and world powers, but he won't say what it was.
DBRS announced Wednesday that it is taking down the Wells Fargo rating from AA to AA (low).
New visual tools, like eSight3 glasses, help the visually impaired see using HD cameras and video displays placed on the wearer's eyes.
A powerful earthquake shook buildings in Mexico City on Tuesday.
The Graham-Cassidy bill would end Obamacare's expansion of Medicaid benefits and subsidies for private insurance plans.
It’s "easily the worst advice you could ever give or get."