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Automotive revenues are climbing, more automakers are looking to NVIDIA's processors, and the company continues to double down on new driverless-car technology.
Amazon Prime is enormously valuable for investors in the online-retail juggernaut.
A dilutive secondary offering has investors in the cloud communications specialist feeling gloomy.
The low-cost, high-speed Ting Internet service is expanding to new and larger markets, and investors are applauding.
The company has been trading near its lows for the year, but it could rebound.
Heavy hitters in Nevada's casino industry are going to bat for a project backed by one of their competitors, saying a proposed NFL stadium and a convention center expansion in Las Vegas are game-changing opportunities that Nevada lawmakers shouldn't pass up.
A heartfelt letter physicist Albert Einstein wrote to his son is up for sale through a Boston auction house.
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Verizon Communications Inc. Chief Executive Lowell McAdam said the carrier doesn't plan to walk away from its acquisition of Yahoo Inc. after a 2014 security breach was revealed, but he did leave the door open to possibly renegotiate the $4.8 billion price tag.
The Latest on a special session of the Nevada Legislature to consider public financing for a stadium and convention center expansion (all times local): 3:08 p.m.
After employees refused to open unauthorized accounts for customers, Wells Fargo fired them and intentionally made it impossible for the employees to ever work for another bank.
These stocks helped lead the market higher today. Find out why.
With hundreds of billions of dollars spent annually on regulatory compliance at major banks, IBM is betting that its AI system can make an impact.
An Iowa company is recalling the cookie dough it sold to other companies because it may be contaminated with listeria bacteria.
When a drug helps everyone, a companion test isn't all that useful.
This mega-split method has become all the rage compared to the traditional split.
Investing just $3,000 into Baidu's or Ctrips IPOs would have given you enough to now buy a home.
Tyson Foods Inc, the largest U.S. meat processor, took a 5 percent stake in plant-based protein maker Beyond Meat amid growing pressure on food companies to reduce environmental and health risks by changing the way they source protein.
The Cupertino giant should add "does not catch on fire" to the iPhone 7 tech specs.