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President Donald Trump on Tuesday said he doubts the United States can reach a deal to renegotiate NAFTA.
Wal-Mart will soon offer customers the ability to order hundreds of thousands of its products by voice with the help of Google.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com is bearish on the market, but there's one stock he can't resist.
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The New York Times reports that relations between the two men are hostile as Republicans try to push through a slew of important legislative deadlines.
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Lowe's lowered its outlook for the full year, anticipating investing more in marketing and service for customers in stores, which will hurt margins.
The yen and gold gained ground after Trump threatened a government shutdown if he doesn’t get funding for a border wall with Mexico.
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A day of noisy but largely peaceful protests of President Donald Trump's speech in Phoenix turned unruly as police fired pepper spray at crowds after someone apparently lobbed rocks and bottles at officers.
Elon Musk's SpaceX spacesuit appears to be more of a flight suit than one designed for spacewalks.
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Apple has scaled its ambitions for self-driving cars, but continues to work on technology to license to other car-markers, the New York Times reports.
Jefferies says Ulta Beauty's loyalty program and unique customer experience will enable the retailer to compete with Amazon.
It looks to be the August of Apple, and many see more upside through the rest of the year.
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Samsung will unveil its new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 8, during a press conference in New York on Wednesday morning.
Millennials are ditching big-box gyms and signing up for smaller boutique fitness classes that promise a toned body and a fun experience.
China's buying spree in overseas markets like Australia could soon end, says He Weiping in The Conversation.