Web 2.0 stocks are blasting higher on Monday. One analyst says there are two factors that are giving rise to these second-generation tech names.
The U.S. is looking with fresh eyes at Europe's antitrust rules, according to the EU's competition commissioner.
Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk said it was “strange” that cave diver Vernon Unsworth had not sued him for calling Unsworth a “pedo guy."
Sen. Shelley Moore Capito says she worries social media companies may lean left.
Citigroup said Jud Linville, head of global cards and consumer services, is leaving the bank as part of a reorganization of executives in its global consumer banking businesses.
Threats and intimidation on trade will never work on China, its foreign ministry said on Monday.
Ross also says it's too early to tell whether the United States will withdrawal from the World Trade Organization. Read more about this at cnbc.com.
Butler doesn’t want an extension from the Timberwolves and is apparently fed up with the nonchalant attitudes of his younger teammates. Read more about this at sportingnews.com.
The president says the Department of Justice cleared him of wrongdoing, but that's not quite true. Read more about this at cnbc.com.
The nuclear summit with Trump and Kim will be recorded in history as a "tragic-comic moment," one Korean expert says. Read more about this at cnbc.com.