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Jerome Powell — known more casually as "Jay" — assumes the top Fed position following his nomination by President Donald Trump in November.
Amazon has agreed to hand over seller data to Massachusetts to help collect unpaid sales taxes, after refusing to work with the state in September.
Disney announced Tuesday it will pay over 125,000 employees a one-time cash bonus of $1,000.
J.P. Morgan analyst Narci Chang wrote in a research note that "high-end smartphones are clearly hitting a plateau this year."
Trump's lawyers reportedly want the president's testimony to include both written answers and an in-person interview.
The stock market is its most overbought since Bill Clinton was president, but that may actually be a good thing, says one technician.
"We want the world to invest in America and create jobs for hardworking Americans," said Gary Cohn.
Apple's latest effort to block exploits of the Meltdown and Spectre security vulnerabilities is patching two older versions of its macOS operating system.
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell Tuesday.
Apple rolled out iOS 11.2.5 on Tuesday with a new feature that lets you ask Siri to recite sports, music and business news.
The social media furor comes even as corporate parent P&G tries to temper down enthusiasm.
No injuries resulted from the latest crash involving Tesla's advanced driver assistance system.
Facebooktelligence research and development groups and has appointed a new leader of AI, Jérôme Pesenti.
The government will lose nearly $15 billion alone from a two-year delay of the widely disliked Cadillac tax on high-value health plans.
President Donald Trump is rejecting a proposed bipartisan immigration bill.
Thirty-nine percent of respondents blame Democrats most for the government shutdown, while 38 percent blame President Donald Trump.
Some fans are poking fun at LeBron for high-fiving his younger self in advance.
New U.S. tariffs smack of protectionism, but they are no way like the broad trade actions the stock market fears most.
Aetna will pay a civil fine and improve its privacy practices to settle charges it leaked the HIV-positive status of 2,460 New York members.