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Wall Street would probably have pummeled any other retailer that turned in the kind of performance Amazon reported Thursday: profits that were less than a third of what analysts had expected.
In lengthy statements on Thursday, the two sides in Martin Shkreli’s fraud trial demonstrated very different approaches.
The incentive package includes $1.5 billion in state income tax credits for job creation and $1.35 billion in state income tax breaks for capital investment.
Ms. Kakutani has reviewed books at The New York Times since 1983 and was awarded a Pulitzer Prize in 1998. The paper named Parul Sehgal one of its book critics.
An internal report shows customers with car loans had costly, unnecessary insurance tacked onto their bills, and 274,000 were pushed into delinquency.
Republican negotiators hope to pass the first major revision of the tax code since 1986, after dropping a contentious border adjustment tax on imports.
Elon Musks’s rocket company raised $350 million in new financing, raising its valuation to about $21 billion.
U.S. stock indexes pulled back from their record highs Thursday after an afternoon swoon for technology companies helped overshadow another big day for telecoms.
President Trump’s nominees to oversee large banks said in a hearing that the government should roll back some post-crisis strictures.
Hollywood is aggressively adapting material that doesn’t have a narrative or even any characters. But not all intellectual property is created equal.
Three months after an infamous video, United Airlines’ earnings were surprisingly robust, perhaps proof that people ultimately shop for convenience and price.
Though print advertising remained a challenge, new online subscriptions and stronger digital advertising were bright spots.
Multiple antivirus applications generally do not coexist well together on the computer because they need to monitor the same areas of your system.
Viacom’s exit clears the path for Discovery Communications to strike a deal to buy the owner of Food Network and HGTV.
Vehicles can track phone calls and texts, and log queries to websites. Who gets what information and for what purposes? This is what you should know.
A bump in the price of Amazon shares was enough to move Mr. Bezos, briefly, above Mr. Gates, the Microsoft co-founder.
Regulators want to replace the reference interest rate, which underpins over $350 trillion in financial products, by 2021.
President Trump has promised tougher measures against the oil-exporting country if it goes through with elections on Sunday. But that could raise gas prices in America.
The treatment had been expected to be a crucial driver of growth for the company as it faces more competition from generic pharmaceuticals.
Many of the skills needed in fading jobs are more applicable to growing jobs than it might first appear.
Those overhead food videos that you watch and watch? BuzzFeed’s Tasty has mastered the format to become one of the world’s most popular content producers.
A Chinese man has transferred more than 29 percent of HNA Group of China to a private foundation, adding to the questions about the firm’s structure and political connections.
Facebook executives have been cautioning investors that the social-networking giant’s growth might start to slow. The latest earnings report suggests that hasn’t happened yet.
Collaborizm, which bills itself as a pre-incubator for start-ups, connects entrepreneurs with mentors, money and technical know-how.
The ban follows similar announcements by France, India and Norway, and is the latest move in a growing push toward the use of electric vehicles.
An unusual trial has featured victims who actually made money and defense lawyers who paint their client as an erratic misfit and want more victims to testify.
The company’s Family Link software for managing children’s Android phones can be undone the instant a young user turns 13.