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People are ordering up with UberEats at a rapid pace. In fact, Uber-Eats is growing faster than Uber’s core business. The division is expected to exceed over $3B in sales this year. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer and Melody Hahm figure out how UberEats is growing so fast.
Apple, Aramark, T-Mobile, Sprint, Viacom, Charter Communications, JD.com, Alibaba and TransEntrix are among the stocks to watch.
The White House claims you'll be bringing home a lot more money under President Trump's tax plan. The administration released a report estimating middle-class incomes will rise roughly $4,000 if the president’s tax cuts are enacted. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Chrsitoforous, Myles Udland and Melody Hahm figure out if middle-class workers will actually see this money.
BlackBerry is making some big changes. The company is now listed on the New York Stock Exchange under its new ticker symbol “BB”. It is also changing the way it does business. Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith talks to BlackBerry CEO John Chen about the future of the company.
Oct.16 -- The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to decide whether law enforcement officials conducting a criminal investigation can demand data held overseas by Microsoft Corp. and other technology companies in a high-stakes clash over digital privacy. Bloomberg's Greg Stohr reports on "Bloomberg Technology."
The “Fast Money” traders share their final trades for the day including Freeport-McMoRan, General Electric, Las Vegas Sands and Citigroup.
A Louisiana sheriff pledges to boycott Ford vehicles over the automaker's response to NFL players protesting the national anthem.
NEW YORK (AP) — Facebook's effort to limit the spread of fake news using outside fact-checkers appears to be having an effect — although that finding comes with a major caveat.
Microsoft on Monday revealed its newest board nominees: Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson and former U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker.