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Morgan Brennan takes a look at how the defense sector is performing as tensions between the U.S. and North Korea escalate.
As tensions rise between the U.S. and North Korea, China warns both nations not to do anything rash.
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Steve Liesman takes a look at how geopolitical tensions could impact the economy.
Bertha Coombs reports on how some nurses and home-care aides are using Amazon’s Alexa device to help take care of their patients.
Aditi Roy reports the latest on Blue Apron’s first earnings report as a public company.
The White House said it wants to create a simpler tax code that eliminates a lot of deductions for both individuals and businesses. Ylan Mui crunched the numbers to see what those deductions cost tax payers.
Julia Boorstin reports on Disney’s decision to remove most of its content from Netflix so that it could launch its own streaming service.
Meg Tirrell reports on how one venture capitalist, who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, is working to find a treatment or cure for the disease.
Earnings have been the focus of the market for some time, but as Bob Pisani reports, investors are paying attention to some bigger, broader issues.
Steve Liesman takes a look at why some small businesses are having difficulty finding workers.
Dominic Chu reports on how the individual investor is becoming more active in this bull market.
Kate Rogers reports on employment opportunities in the field of genetics.
One young woman’s bright idea to create an easy-to-remove wallpaper has turned into a business on track to do $1 million in sales this year. Tyler Mathisen has the story.
Martin Shkreli was found guilty of three counts of securities fraud. Meg Tirrell reports.