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Twitter declined to apply its new warning label to the tweets from President Donald Trump, complicating the question of when it would decide to do so.
7 companies Trump invited to the White House this week shared with us their thoughts on his recent racist comments
Business Insider reached out to 25 of the companies represented in the crowd. Here's what several of them had to say.
Mark Zuckerberg actually got $1 billion richer following the news of Facebook’s $5 billion fine for the biggest scandal in the company’s h...
Facebook faces a $5 billion fine from the Federal Trade Commission. The stock's pop after the news increased the value of Mark Zuckerberg's shares.
Trump has sought to emphasize that claim since reports said that many aspects of the arrangement had been reached before the US threatened tariffs.
Trump reportedly asked aides to find a way to weaken the dollar. Experts say that would be currency manipulation, a practice the president hates.
Trump has grown increasingly frustrated with the strength of the dollar as his administration pursues its signature "America First" agenda.
Chinese officials haven't publicly acknowledged any explicit commitment on US agricultural purchases.
The only question left seems to be: By how much will the Federal Reserve lower interest rates this month?
Nintendo is moving production of its hit Nintendo Switch game console to Vietnam amid trade tensions between China and the US
Nintendo's hit game console, the Nintendo Switch, is produced in China. But now, Nintendo is moving at least part of its production to Vietnam.
Congressional testimony by Chair Jay Powell on Capitol Hill this week could offer further clues on where monetary policy is headed.
A major American steelmaker has lost 70% of its market value since Trump slapped steep tariffs on the metal last year
US Steel, a titan of the metal industry, has lost $5.5 billion in market value and idled two furnaces since Trump announced the move in March 2018.