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Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, had worked with Rudy Giuliani in that lawyer's effort to uncover damaging information about former Vice President Joe Biden in Ukraine, an effort at the center of an ongoing impeachment inquiry into Trump.
Sharpless, the former director of the National Cancer Institue, was thought to be one of the top candidates to be nominated by Trump for the post of permanent chief of the FDA.
Morgan Stanley is bullish on Apple TV+ growth, even if only a small fraction of people who pick up the free year end up paying to subscribe.
A slowing economy is forcing companies to spend less on information technology services, pressuring the high-flying software stocks that rely heavily on corporate dollars.
Boeing is monitoring the trade war with China, as tariffs push the company to plan production cuts of its 787 Dreamliner.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified on cryptocurrency in front of the House Financial Services Committee Wednesday.
Names on the move ahead of the open.
Impossible Foods filed an application in the European Union that hints it is looking to make inroads in that market.
Walmart says it's kicking off holiday deals "earlier than ever," starting this Friday at midnight ET. The retailer cites the fact that there are six fewer shopping days between Thanksgiving and Christmas this year.
Joe Biden says in the key 2020 swing state Pennsylvania that President Trump is abandoning the middle class through his policies.
Trump announced he is lifting U.S. sanctions on Turkey imposed after the country invaded Syria earlier this month, calling the country's cease-fire "permanent."
Bitcoin nosedived Wednesday as Congress members questioned cryptocurrencies on Capitol Hill.
The FDA issued new guidance on breast implants Wednesday, proposing rules that would require manufacturers to post warnings of the risks.
Mercedes-Benz's smart city car brand will make electric cars with Chinese carmaker Geely, granting the struggling smart brand a new chance at life. The tiny cars failed to resonate in the U.S. or sell enough in Europe to offset labor costs.
Manhattan's DA is investigating how the Trump Organization accounted for hush money payments to two women who claim they had affairs with Trump.
Wall Street analysts predict what will happen with Tesla's earnings report on Wednesday after the bell.
A bill introduced this month would ban the U.S. Department of Education from sending its federal grants and loans to for-profit colleges.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg appears before the House Financial Services Committee Wednesday to discuss plans for the new cryptocurrency libra. Watch him speak here.
Billionaire investor Leon Cooperman isn't holding back anything regarding his feelings about Warren's presidential platform.
"This was a thorough engagement, and as CEO I'm reasonably confident this will lead to market approval one day," Biogen CEO Michel Vounatsos says.
WeWork announced Tuesday that SoftBank will provide $5 billion in new financing and up to $3 billion in a tender offer for existing shareholders.
Tesla reports earnings Wednesday, and Wall Street wants answers on Autopilot revenue, and just when Model Y deliveries will begin.
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Boeing expects to ramp up production of the planes to 57 a month by the end of next year.
Last week's climb in interest rates caused a drop in mortgage applications by 11.9%, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
In the earnings report, the aerospace giant says it expects regulatory approval of the 737 MAX return to service in the fourth quarter of 2019.
The heavy machinery manufacturer blamed the dismal results on a reduction in inventories from dealers.
The legislation has a high chance of approval in the House, where Democrats control the chamber with 234 seats.
SoftBank has struck a deal to take control of embattled co-working start-up WeWork.
Parker has been Nike's CEO since 2006 and has worked at the company for four decades.