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The government also claims Qualcomm used its dominant position in the marketplace to pressure Apple into exclusively using its chips.
Google Senior VP and General Counsel Kent Walker explained why the company gave preference to its own search results over its competitors, a practice that angered the EU.
Somebody is going to be way off here.
Nike signed 4 of the top 10 draft picks from the 2017 NBA draft.
Fred Smith's plan reflects the Republican tax reform plan from last year, minus the border adjustment tax.
The company hasn't confirmed the layoffs, but CEO Tom Greco said they're cutting four divisions to just two after 'extensive work' on field leadership.
The United Kingdom is the last European market where the media giant must obtain approval.
An OPEC delegate was quoted as saying he didn't expect further cuts to be debated soon.
Ross was to meet with German Economy Minister Brigitte Zypries and address an economic council event.
Tesla wants to control a user's autonomous driving experience from start to finish. Google and Apple seem more willing to partner.
Updates on Walgreens, Apple, Cisco and our energy positions.
Wall Street kicked off the final week of the first half of the year with a mixed end.
Hertz shares jumped earlier in the day following reports that rival Avis Budget was partnering with Alphabet.
Avis shares added about 5 percent to $23.39. Rival Hertz Global Holdings Inc. HTZ shares also rallied, adding 6.2 percent to $9.44
The bad news continues for auto-related companies.
A review of data produced by BoardEx reveals that many big and small activist-targeted corporate boards feature young directors in their early-to-mid 30s who work for insurgent fund managers
Jim Cramer is bullish on Six Flags and Cara Therapeutics, but he's bearish on General Motors and Pandora.
Jim Cramer says he's amazed that stocks -- and gold, even -- are just yawning at Trump's move to fire FBI Director Comey.
The Nasdaq ends at a record for the third session in a row as volatility holds near a two-decade low.
The Nasdaq closes at a record for the third session in a row as volatility holds at its lowest level in more than two decades.
The Nasdaq remain in the green, on track to close at another record, as Apple holds above its newly-secured $800 billion market cap level.
Stocks hold slightly higher on Tuesday morning as the low-volatility trading environment remains stable on Wall Street.
Total revenues for the first quarter of this year were $1.9 billion, a 3% decline versus last year's first quarter.
Stock futures move higher on Tuesday, setting the S&P 500 and Nasdaq up to notch new intraday records when markets open.
Hertz blames bad year over year comparisons for its earnings miss.
It pays to listen to the World Series champion manager.
Policy remains important, but earnings are where it's at, and they are easily quantifiable.
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