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If President Donald Trump wants to launch his one-man trade war with China with a surge in tariffs, he has plenty of products to choose from.
The White House plans to announce tariffs Thursday as President Donald Trump aims to punish China for intellectual property theft.
Mark Zuckerberg said he was "really sorry" for the company's "major breach of trust" during an interview on CNN.
The data scientist at the center of Facebook's data controversy gave personality profiles to data analytics firm Cambridge Analytica — and he said Facebook knew.
Chinese consumers, especially the younger ones, increasingly favor local brands, Credit Suisse's Emerging Consumer Survey has found.
Police in Tempe, Arizona released the footage of a deadly accident on March 18 involving an autonomous vehicle and a pedestrian.
Singapore's Changi Airport has been named "world's best airport" for the sixth consecutive year by Skytrax.
Much of Asia has since built up buffers to better withstand capital flight, but India's current account balance has continued to deteriorate, said Credit Suisse.
The quarter-point rate hike announced by the Fed was expected. The FOMC's March meeting was Jay Powell's first as chair.
The social media giant and its top executive have faced privacy concerns before — and made no shortage of public comments.
In a wide-ranging interview with Recode, the Facebook CEO admitted the social networking giant may have made mistakes in opening up its network so much a decade ago.
His comments follow days of tech insiders, lawmakers and even Facebook employees calling for input from Facebook's highest executive.
Despite blowback from the Cambridge Analytica data scandal, Mark Zuckerberg said he hasn't seen a "meaningful number of people" deleting their accounts.
China said that a ruling by the World Trade Organization on Obama-era U.S. tariffs showed that the United States was a "repeat abuser" of trade remedy measures.
U.S. tariffs could raise steel prices by 30 percent and may prompt Deere & Co to switch materials, but the company will absorb the costs, said its CEO Samuel Allen.
Amid signs China may launch trade action against American soybeans, a U.S. official Wednesday vowed it "stands ready to defend our producers."
Congress has reached a preliminary agreement on multiple points of contention over issues such as immigration and infrastructure.
New York City's buildings regulator launched investigations at more than a dozen Kushner Cos. properties following an Associated Press report that the real estate developer routinely filed false paperwork.
Asian markets traded mixed on Thursday after the U.S. Federal Reserve raised interest rates for the first time this year.