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Britain's terrorist threat level has been reduced one level to "severe", Prime Minister Theresa May said Saturday, after a series of arrests linked to last week's bombing in Manchester.
PepsiCo is rumored to be on the prowl.
It's hoping fast food-style phone menu boards will draw shoppers into stores.
Zuckerberg wants to live in a world 'where everyone has a sense of purposos.'
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq both closed out the week with fresh records.
Splunk's license revenue and guidance left markets wanting more. Nutanix soothed competitive fears, Veeva delivered strong growth yet again and Marvell's turnaround story continued.
The federal government is seeking an overhaul of corporate bankruptcy fees to help the court system pay for its oversight.
Twitter's improved algorithm is clearly working, BTIG analyst Richard Greenfield claims.
'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,' the fifth installment in the Disney series, comes ashore in theaters this weekend.
After talking to cloud users, one Wall Street firm boosts its price target.
GEO Group has been awarded a pair of contracts for facilities holding criminal aliens, the company said on Friday.
Drivers headed out for trips during the Memorial Day weekend are facing moderate gasoline prices as crude oil prices slumped massively after OPEC extended their production cuts through March 2018.
For many Americans, Memorial Day weekend means rest, relaxation, and for some of us, entertaining.
This year will mark the third consecutive year of increased travel over the Memorial Day weekend.
What an auto specimen.
After a joke about not finishing his four years at the Ivy League institution Mark Zuckerberg had a profound message for the Harvard's graduating class
These movies have done pretty well during the Memorial Day holiday weekend.
John Kasich on the Loss of the Great Chris Cornell
The company is spearheading an effort to create a skinny bundle without sports or news that consumers could access as a standalone digital service or through their cable TV provider.
Donald Trump in the White House has foreign tourists saying, "Thanks, but no thanks," on travel to the United States.
Microsoft CMO Chris Capossela said on Tuesday that the tech giant is selling its cloud products differently to consumers in order to stay ahead.
The Huntsman-Clariant deal has the makings of an inversion -- and it may be a sign of hopes the Trump administration will ease regulations on such cross-border deals.
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