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Shares fall in response to news of a delayed product launch.
Experts say they have discovered a German World War II U-boat in the Atlantic Ocean off the Azores.
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Intrexon went shopping in January, but Wall Street wasn't buying.
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Dollar General Corp. says it plans to create 10,000 jobs this year tied to the opening of 1,000 stores and two distribution centers.
President Trump continued his assault on mainstream polling on Monday morning, tweeting that any poll showing his controversial immigration ban is unpopular is “fake news” and asserting his internal statistics are superior.
Galena's experimental breast cancer vaccine finally shows some signs of life. Is it too little, too late?
BT has become the first major telecoms company to back Google in a battle with EU regulators, defending the "stability and compatibility" of the Android operating system, which is in the sights of anti-trust regulators.
All told, JPMorgan Chase exercises authority over $25 trillion worth of assets.
As a federal appeals court judge, Supreme Court-nominee Neil Gorsuch has criticized courts for giving too much power to government agencies that enforce the nation's labor and employment laws.
Republican Gov. Eric Greitens signed legislation on Monday making Missouri the latest “right-to-work” state, as the growing movement sets its sights next on New Hampshire – hoping to break into one of the labor unions’ last remaining strongholds.