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The department made clear that this was not a sanctions list, but it does cast a shadow over Russian elites that could potentially be at risk of sanctions.
The U.S. Treasury Department released a report late Monday listing a number of individuals closely affiliated with the Russian government.
Waymo is bringing in thousands of Pacifica hybrid minivans as it moves toward starting a ride-hailing service.
North Korea cutting back on its annual winter military drills is seen partly as a PR stunt due to the upcoming Olympic Games.
The drink once reserved for young kids has made new inroads with hungover adults.
Legal experts say the Wynn Resorts board may face civil liability over the allegations involving CEO Steve Wynn.
After a four-year effort, retired soccer star David Beckham is thrilled to move forward with plans to develop a team in Miami.
It's a miracle this plane landed right side up just a few feet from the ocean
A House panel voted along party lines to release a memo that Republicans say shows anti-Trump bias at the Justice Department.
The Federal Reserve may sound a bit more hawkish, as Fed Chair Janet Yellen's tenure comes to an end.
Ernest Villanueva, who held 8 patents and helped design core parts of Tesla batteries, has left the company.
The economy has strengthened a bit since Trump addressed Congress last year. The political question of 2018 is whether that can strengthen his party a bit, too.
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The CEO of Gabelli Asset Management says strong corporate profits, tax reform, and new infrastructure and defense spending will buoy markets
Dell may pursue a reverse merger with VMware, where it could become a public entity instead of pursuing an IPO.
Goldman Sachs believes "correction signals are flashing" and is advising its clients to prepare for a correction.
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Jim Cramer estimates the future of Wynn Resorts after its CEO, Steve Wynn, was accused of sexual misconduct.
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