Domino's Pizza CEO says Trump tax cuts would help business, 'no question'
With Wall Street buzzing about the impact of federal tax cuts on business, Domino's Pizza CEO Patrick Doyle was certain a slash in the corporate tax rate would help his powerhouse company. "Ultimately, that means that you're going to be generating a ...
Amazon crushed its earnings
Amazon announced its first-quarter financial results on Thursday, and it blew by what Wall Street was looking for. The stock was up about 4% in after-hours trading following the report. Here were the key numbers: Revenue of $35.71 billion, versus Wall ...
Amazon revenue soars as cloud, retail businesses dominate
Microsoft's cloud business is growing almost twice as fast as Amazon's, with Google far behind
Alphabet's efforts beyond search are ballooning into their own huge businesses
Microsoft's Surface hardware business shrunk by $285 million - and it's weirdly a good thing for Microsoft
So if every PC manufacturer out there is building lots and lots of Windows PCs that compete with the Surface...well, again, that's bad for the Surface business, but good news for the Windows business. Given the overall shrinkage of the PC market ...
Anthony Levandowski no longer leads Uber self-driving cars ...
Anthony Levandowski, the head of Uber's self-driving group, is stepping aside in face of trade-theft accusations from his former employer, Waymo. In an email ...
For OpenGov, President Trump is proving a boon for business
OpenGov, a Redwood City, Ca., company whose software helps local governments keep transparent financial records, has been picking up speed in a variety of ways, and co-founder and CEO Zac Bookman traces some of that momentum to the election of ...
Trump's 15% business tax is lowest for a big economy
President Trump's tax plan is light on detail and may never happen but it's certainly dramatic. The proposal to slash tax on businesses to 15% would -- with one fell swoop -- give the United States the lowest headline corporate tax rate of any major ...
State Business Leaders Like What They See in Trump Tax Plan
Trump's plan to slash business taxes seen as 'guidepost' by congressional Republicans
Trump Tax Plan Would Shift Trillions From US Coffers to the Richest
The newest 'Trumpcare' vote may already be in trouble - for the exact opposite reason as last time
After drawing conservative Republicans on board to the American Health Care Act, Republican leadership appears set to try to bring back the American Health Care Act to the House floor for a vote. But the fate of the legislation appeared to be in doubt ...
Trump's gyrations on NAFTA cause a flurry of head-scratching
The White House leaked that possibility to reporters, rattling investors and drawing protests from business groups and Republican lawmakers. Yet hours later, Trump called it all off. He would actually seek to revamp the trade pact with Canada and ...
TRUMP: I was going to terminate NAFTA, but Trudeau and Peña Nieto called, and I like them
Republicans tell Trump to hold up on NAFTA withdrawal
Trump applauded North Korea's leader after floating the possibility of a 'major, major' conflict in the region
Donald Trump U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during an interview with Reuters in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, U.S., April 27, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Barria. President Donald Trump appeared to commend North Korean leader Kim ...
Weakness in Intel's most vital post-PC business gave Wall Street a nasty surprise
Intel reported lower-than-expected quarterly revenue due to an unexpected slowdown in growth at its data center business, on which the world's largest chipmaker is banking to reduce its reliance on the personal computer market. The company's shares ...
Intel's Data Center Business Falls Short of Target, Again