Federal Reserve holds off on raising interest rates.
Target is launching a $5 billion stock buyback plan.
Apple, which laid off dozens of employees from its secretive car project, is reportedly talking to McLaren, the automaker known for its Formula One race cars, about an investment in the company. McLaren, however, denies the report.
Viacom’s Interim CEO Tom Dooley will depart in November and the company will slash its dividend in half.
A New York judge rules that bitcoin is money but a Florida judge has a different opinion.
Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan announce a $3 billion initiative to “cure all diseases.”
CNN denies it has suspended contributor and former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski after reports surfaced that the cable network discovered Trump’s campaign was still paying him.
Super Bowl tickets go on sale direct to fans, starting at $5,500.
Self-driving Uber vehicles are spotted on the streets of San Francisco.
Photo: Ferrari Formula One driver Felipe Massa of Brazil drives his car during the Chinese F1 Grand Prix at Shanghai International Circuit April 18, 2010. Reuters/Aly Song