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Wozniak also said he was skeptical that the Face ID feature would work the way it is supposed to.
The crazy plan to alter 401(k)s to boost tax revenue is just the latest example of the cowardly GOP avoiding the real need: to cut spending, says Jake Novak.
The president bestowed the nation's highest military honor on Army Captain Gary Rose, who served as a medic during the Vietnam War.
The S&P 500 just ended a winning streak that could signal a pullback ahead.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has 10 direct reports, but only one of them is female.
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President Trump sent daughter Ivanka out on the road to pitch middle class tax cuts and child tax credits. Here's why that was a terrible idea, says Jake Novak.
Huda Beauty, founded by YouTube star Huda Kattan, has roughly $100 million in sales, sources said.
How small savings become big
The number of structures lost in California wildfires rose to 8,400 on Monday but most blazes were at least 90 percent contained.
The total value of investment in 401(k)s and other defined contribution plans are at a new high, but the numbers are still terrible.
Venezuela blew past another two bond payments this past weekend, adding $586 million to a growing pile of unpaid bills.
Morgan Stanley and UBS reduced their ratings for General Electric shares due to concerns about dividend cuts at its Nov. 13 analyst meeting.
Bill Browder says that a quick fix from the U.S. government would show that this is simply a bureaucratic problem.
Chipotle is set to report earnings on Tuesday, and perhaps surprisingly, the chart is looking better than it has in a long time.
The Pixel Visual Core chip is another win for Intel's artificial intelligence push.
Under Armour's Kip Fulks will take a sabbatical from the company, The Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.
Earnings growth is about to slow down, David Kelly, JPMorgan Funds chief global strategist, told CNBC on Monday.
John Hancock says it is the first U.S. life insurer to offer the Apple Watch as part of its policies.