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CES 2019: The Future Is Here and it's a Walking Car

CES 2019: The Future Is Here and it's a Walking Car

Hyundai to develop the first-ever vehicle with moveable legs.

Activist Investor Starboard Value Wants Major Changes at Dollar Tree

Activist Investor Starboard Value Wants Major Changes at Dollar Tree

Starboard wants Dollar Tree to explore a sale of Family Dollar and wants the dollar-store chain to sell items for more than $1.

What Is Artificial Intelligence? Examples and News in 2019

What Is Artificial Intelligence? Examples and News in 2019

Artificial intelligence, or AI, is the use of computer science programming to imitate human thought and action by analyzing data and surroundings, solving or anticipating problems and learning or self-teaching to adapt to a variety of tasks.

Behind the Shipping Label: A History of FedEx

Behind the Shipping Label: A History of FedEx

Watch the video for the history of FedEx.

Kemet CEO Resigns Over Alleged Personal Misconduct

Kemet CEO Resigns Over Alleged Personal Misconduct

Kemet's CEO is the latest C-suite executive to resign after a public reckoning on workplace harassment brought by the #MeToo movement.

Is General Electric Stock Still Good for Your Retirement Account?

Is General Electric Stock Still Good for Your Retirement Account?

General Electric stock is making new multi-year lows. Depending on the investor though, there are moves they can make to soften the blow.

Behind the Smile: Inside Walmart

Behind the Smile: Inside Walmart

History of Walmart

Jim Cramer Loves Caterpillar, But Not Right Now

Jim Cramer Loves Caterpillar, But Not Right Now

Here's why Jim Cramer loves Caterpillar as a company, but isn't ready to add it to his Charitable Trust Portfolio.

Bring on Trump's Trade War

Bring on Trump's Trade War

Now may be the time for the U.S. to start a trade war because its economy is stronger than China's and less dependent on exports, but the ending may not be in American hands.

AT&T Expert Calls DOJ's Model 'Theoretically Unsound'

AT&T Expert Calls DOJ's Model 'Theoretically Unsound'

University of Chicago professor Dennis Carlton took aim at a model that University of California Berkeley economist Carl Shapiro created for the government.