"This incentive will foster economic revitalization and promote sustainable economic growth," said Treasury Secretary Mnuchin.
“Every student can benefit from guidance and support in a process that can be overwhelming, personally challenging, and outright terrifying,” said one counselor.
Nick Clegg, former Liberal Democrat member of parliament, is hired as Facebook's head of global affairs
That $970 million prize may sound like a dream, but there are plenty of cautionary tales of past lottery winners who have lost it all — and more.
Musk said the “true cost” of the car in California would be “closer to $31K after gas savings."
Under the current treaty, it’s cheaper to ship a package from China to the U.S. than to ship a package from Indiana to New York.
Export industries have already begun to suffer from American tariff hikes of up to 25 percent on Chinese goods.
Suozzo had been a long-time producer on "Nightly News" and got her start at the NBC station in Hartford, Conn., before joining MSNBC.
Twitter became aware of some of the bots on Thursday when NBC News presented the company with evidence of coordinated activity.
Les Moonves was widely known for continuing to exert a strong influence over the creative aspects of CBS.
Called Oura ring, the product is about to gain a mass-market push in the United States, the company said on Thursday.
Cannabis-related stocks have seen a 10 percent increase since summer, but wary investors and a mixed regulatory environment have dampened spirits.
Shares in the parent company of MoviePass have fallen from a high of around $4,500 to just two cents.
The media company has been a runaway success in recent years, but The Wall Street Journal is looking behind the scenes to see what its employees think.
For those who dream of joining the gilded ranks of the top 1 percent of earners in New York City, there’s a new magic number.
"Buyers are not willing to take chances by bringing in U.S. beans," said one soybean trader.
About 14 percent of drivers under the influence of pot had a child in their vehicle.
“The real question is what are our adversaries going to do in 2018?” Alex Stamos, former Facebook chief security officer, said in an interview.
"If someone has to die so that I can make some money, so be it," Mark Charles Barnett allegedly said.
Zuckerberg has about 60 percent voting power, according to a filing in April, and previous efforts to remove him have failed.