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Tesla shares are hot.
Adobe reported second-quarter earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations.
Uber may have to look beyond Silicon Valley to find a replacement for the company's hard-charging founder.
The automaker announced plans this week to move some production to China and import to the U.S.
Ford's decision to shift the bulk of production for its Focus line to China shows how free trade wins out, however Trump reshapes the rules or reality.
Ford has jumped to No. 2 of all non-premium brands in J.
Energy stocks and the auto industry were in focus Wednesday.
The FTC is concerned that the Walgreens and Rite Aid deal would result in higher drug prices for consumers.
The convertible car or SUV has become more affordable.
Crude oil hit hard. Energy stocks pay the price.
The firm is concerned that investors will 'shoot first and ask questions later' on retail credit quality.
Customers have to wait longer for cooked to order Quarter Pounder burgers.
Trump tweeted that China has at least tried to help ease the tensions.
When Google Home launches in Canada on June 26, it won't be able to recognize the whole family - at least not yet.
The messenger app was originally scheduled to stop working on the BB10 device at the end of last year.
Analyst Michael McConnell cited signs of double-ordering, which could signal a coming correction.
MoffettNathanson had an 'overweight' rating on the cable sector.
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