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U.S. GDP growth slowed in the first quarter due to tepid consumer spending.

NSA halts the collection of American emails about foreign targets.

Rubrik, a maker of data backup and recovery software, said it raised $180 million dollars, valuing the startup at $1.3 billion.

Time Inc decides not to sell itself, sending its stock tumbling nearly 19 percent.

Apple stops paying royalties to Qualcomm.

Tesla ousts executive Klaus Grohmann months after acquiring his firm.

Congress passes short-term funding bill to avoid government shutdown.

Wall Street pundits predict both Amazon and Alphabet stock will hit $1,000 in the next year.

21,000 AT&T Wireless workers could strike Monday.
Photo: Time Inc. CEO Joe Ripp (2nd L) claps after ringing the bell to open trading at the New York Stock Exchange in New York June 9, 2014. Reuters/Carlo Allegri