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Some of the new emojis coming later this year include a T-Rex, Zebra and Zombie.
Netflix added 4.14 million international subscribers, beating the consensus estimates for 2.6 million.
Netflix said that the internet is 'incredible' for expanding the video entertainment business around the world.
Musk took to his Twitter account to clarify his comments that the electric car company was worth more than it should.
After hurting Blue Apron's IPO with its $13.7 billion acquisition of Whole Foods, Amazon is now getting directly into meal kits.
Rearden LLC sued Disney on Monday in a U.S. District Court in San Francisco.
BP is looking to invest in big data to help the oil and gas giant offset weakness in crude prices.
Tesla shares fell Monday on initial reports of the crash.
Citi selected Frankfurt as the location for the new broker-dealer after also evaluating Paris as an alternative.
The Federal Reserve has been cracking down on activities in the foreign exchange market.
'The second quarter was a bit of a head-scratcher,' Einhorn said.
Saudi Arabia's flagship carrier was the last airline to face in-cabin electronics restrictions.
Broadcom has several catalysts which will send its stock shooting higher the remainder of 2017.
The U.S. Labor Department can appeal the ruling
Policy changes could have a major impact on JPMorgan's earnings.
Walmart has reduced the average price of its groceries 37% year over year.
Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly found there were not enough qualified and willing workers available to complete temporary non-agricultural work.
Fujitsu released new details of its new artificial intelligence processing chip.
P&G has lagged peers in key metrics, but Peltz could help the company realize cost-savings and achieve a higher multiple, Jefferies says.
Morgan Stanley initiated coverage on General Electric on Monday.
How should Tesla be viewed?
The driver and four passengers escaped the crash with minor injuries.
The issue for Disney and ESPN is that more consumers are leaving traditional pay-TV models for skinny bundles or simply cutting the cord all together.
The deal would represent the first large-scale effort by AWS to develop software for corporate data centers.
Oppenheimer and Wells Fargo both released notes that argue in favor of Ulta's bulls.
Markets are anticipating normalization of policy, but negative yields are sticking around, says Fink.