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US seeks to seize control of hundreds of thousands of infected devices from hackers
The U.S. government said it would seek to seize hundreds of thousands of infected routers from the control of hackers.
US launches investigation into auto imports on a 'national security' basis
President Donald Trump on Wednesday asked for the probe, which will be carried out by the U.S. Department of Commerce.
North Korea says future of summit with US is up to Washington: State media
North Korea's vice foreign minister said the future of the summit is "entirely" up to the United States.
Conservative Koch brothers' network ad blitz targets Republicans, Democrats for backing $1.3 trillion spending bill
Americans for Prosperity unleashed a bevy of ads on Thursday through digital, mail and print platforms.
Cramer Remix: Prepare yourself for more pain in homebuilding stocks
Jim Cramer warns that it’s foolish to fight the bears when it comes to the homebuilders.
China will someday be the largest cruise market in the world, Carnival Corp CEO says
Jim Cramer sits down with Carnival Corporation CEO Arnold Donald to hear about developments in the cruise industry.
Apple signs deal with Volkswagen for driverless cars
Apple had already curtailed its grand vision for disrupting the automotive industry by building its own self-driving car. Now the tech giant has narrowed its auto aspirations even further, the New York Times reports.
Cramer's charts suggest investors buy Akamai and sell Walmart
Jim Cramer and technician Marc Chaikin find clear buy and sell signals in the charts of Akamai Technologies and Walmart.
Cramer credits Tiffany's staggering post-earnings rally to new CEO, strong execution
Jim Cramer unpacks the 23 percent run in shares of Tiffany after the jewelry maker's first-quarter earnings report.
Coinbase acquires trading platform Paradex in its latest move to dominate the crypto economy
Popular U.S. cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase announced it would acquire trading platform Paradex in the company's latest attempt to stay ahead in an increasingly competitive crypto economy.
How financial institutions are applying distributed ledger technologies to new use cases for ground-up business transformation
BI Intelligence This is a preview of a research report from Business Insider Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service. To learn more about Business Insider Intelligence, click here. Of the many technologies reshaping the world economy, distributed ledger technologies (DLTs) are a...
Android phones everywhere are adopting the iPhone X notch, and it shows a true lack of originality among smartphone makers (AAPL)
Last September, Apple unveiled a smartphone that looked like none before it: With the iPhone X, Apple ditched the three-year-old design that prevailed during the iPhone 6 era in favor of something new — an edge-to-edge design with no home button for Touch ID, and an all-new OLED display that take...
How brands, businesses, and publishers can capitalize on the rising tide of messaging platforms
BII This is a preview of a research report from Business Insider Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service. To learn more about Business Insider Intelligence, click here. Nearly every major messaging platform has spent the past few years rolling out tools to attract new users and ...
Police release disturbing body-cam footage of Milwaukee Bucks rookie Sterling Brown being arrested and tased
Milwaukee Police / YouTube Body-cam footage of the arrest of Milwaukee Bucks rookie Sterling Brown was released on Wednesday, showing the young player being taken down by police and tased. The police apologized for the incident after an internal investigation, admitting that officers "acted inap...
Fintech could be bigger than ATMs, PayPal, and Bitcoin combined
BIIThis is a preview of a research report from Business Insider Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service. To learn more about Business Insider Intelligence, click here. Fintech broke onto the scene as a disruptive force following the 2008 crisis, but the industry's influence on t...
Chatbots' impact on the payments ecosystem and how merchants can capitalize on them
BI IntelligenceThis is a preview of a research report from Business Insider Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service. To learn more about Business Insider Intelligence, click here. To keep pace with the ongoing shift toward e- and m-commerce, retailers are turning to chat apps, w...
Trump's steel tariffs could hit the epicenter of the US oil industry
Andrew Burton/Getty Images President Donald Trump granted several countries temporary exemptions from steel tariffs. If Trump imposes those tariffs, it will burden Texas oil and gas producers through higher production costs. The Texas Alliance of Energy Producers released a statement last week...
Differences in age, gender, and income at the top platforms (FB, TWTR, LNKD, GOOG, GOOGL, SNAP)
BI Intelligence This is a preview of a research report from Business Insider Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service. To learn more about Business Insider Intelligence, click here. Social networks are here to stay, and they're constantly evolving. Globally, more than 2.8 billion...
These are the 10 best-selling men's watches of the season, according to an expert — and they make gifts for grads and dads
The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Here at Insider Picks, we've written about a lot of amazing watches. From affordable timepieces under $100 to stylish luxury options u...
Watch Ukraine test US-supplied Javelin anti-tank missiles for the first time
Facebook The Ukrainian military for the first time on Tuesday tested anti-tank missiles made in the US and supplied by the Trump administration. Ukraine had long been seeking these missiles to gain an advantage in the ongoing conflict with Russia-backed rebels in the eastern part of the country,...
Stevens: 'Killing' Kyrie to sit, but recovery good
Celtics coach Brad Stevens said Kyrie Irving's recovery from knee surgery is going well, but that hasn't eased Irving's pain of not being able to face the Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference finals.
Foster's felony charges dropped; can rejoin 49ers
Niners linebacker Reuben Foster will be able to rejoin the team on Thursday after a judge dropped two felony charges related to domestic violence.
Video shows arrest, tasing of Bucks' Brown
Milwaukee police apologized and said officers have been disciplined over an incident in which a stun gun was used on Bucks rookie Sterling Brown in January.
Gordon headlines NASCAR's 2019 HOF class
The 2019 NASCAR Hall of Fame class will feature Jeff Gordon, Davey Allison, Jack Roush, Roger Penske and Alan Kulwicki.
Follow live: Caps, Bolts face off with trip to the Final on the line
The Golden Knights await the winner as the Lightning play in their third Eastern Conference finals Game 7 in four years.
Answering the biggest questions around the NFL's anthem policy
How will "show respect" be defined? Can players raise their fist? Will there be any avenue to protest without discipline? Here's what to expect.
Dykstra arrested for threats to driver, drugs
Former major league player Lenny Dykstra was arrested early Wednesday morning after allegedly threatening his Uber driver while in possession of drugs.
NFL owners pass new national anthem policy
Under a policy unanimously approved by owners, NFL players and personnel have the option not to take the field for the national anthem, but those who do must stand.
Players, coaches and owners react to national anthem policy
NFL owners will require players to stand if they are on the field for the national anthem. Here's reaction to the new rule.
Incognito being held for involuntary psych eval
Former Bills lineman Richie Incognito was being held on an involuntary psychiatric evaluation after an incident at a gym in Florida.
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CBS, in new filing, calls Shari Redstone a 'substantial threat' to the company
CBS board members have updated their complaint against Shari Redstone's holding company and asked the judge to bless last week's jailbreak attempt.
Undocumented immigrant shot, killed by border patrol officer in Texas
An undocumented immigrant was shot and killed by a US Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) officer in Rio Bravo, Texas, on Wednesday afternoon, according to a CBP news release
Jake Tapper lists conspiracy theories spread by Trump
President Donald Trump has in recent days turned reporting that a confidential FBI source met with some of his campaign officials into a full-blown unsubstantiated conspiracy theory that the "deep state" secretly implanted a political spy into his 2016 campaign.
Trump suggests car imports may be the next target for tariffs
Trump said he has asked Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross to consider investigating whether automobile imports are hurting US national security.
Vivid Sydney: World's most incredible light festival turns 10
Australia's coolest winter festival, Vivid is bigger than ever on its 10th anniversary. Find out how this festival almost didn't come together and why it's now such a popular draw in Sydney.
NASA head: 'I have no reason to doubt the science' on climate change
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine sparred with Sen. Brian Schatz during his confirmation hearing last fall over whether human activity was a contributor to or the primary cause of climate change.
Officers disciplined in arrest of NBA's Sterling Brown, police chief says
Milwaukee police on Wednesday released video of the arrest and tasing of Milwaukee Bucks rookie Sterling Brown as the department's chief apologized.
Las Vegas shooter's garage full of ammo, search warrant says
Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock was known as a high roller at the city's casinos, but the inside of his residence was sparse and unflashy, according to a search warrant obtained by police.
Hawaii volcano's 3 weeks of hot lava and toxic air -- with no end in sight
Kilaeua volcano erupted three weeks ago in Hawaii. Between the flowing lava, ash, toxic gas and evacuations, it's a never-ending nightmare for Lower Puna residents.
Pete Souza's new book throws 'SHADE' on Trump administration
Former presidential photographer Pete Souza can't stop, and won't stop, throwing shade at the Trump administration. "SHADE: A Tale of Two Presidents" will be published in October, Souza announced Wednesday in an Instagram post.
Sextortion: Big rise in victims with 'tens of thousands at risk'
There's been a big rise in the number of reported cases of sextortion - when victims are recorded carrying out sex acts online.
Tax rises needed 'to prevent NHS misery'
Influential economists argue 4% extra a year is needed - and tax rises are the only way to pay for that.
Church of England offers prayers read by Amazon's Alexa
The voice assistant can say grace before meals, answer theological questions or read a prayer of the day.
Five charts that tell the story of diversity in UK universities
The University of Oxford has released figures showing 1.9% of students admitted in 2017 were black.
Palestinians face uncertainties over Abbas succession
With Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas in ill health, attention is turning to who might replace him.
Miles Kane on the meaning behind new album Coup de Grace
The singer's new album is released this summer.
Itai Dzamara: The man who stood up to Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe and vanished
Itai Dzamara was one of the most outspoken critics of Robert Mugabe before his disappearance three years ago.
New Zealand happy to forget the UK's 'betrayal'
As the UK hopes to secure trade deals around the world post-Brexit, New Zealand remembers how it was cast adrift when Britain joined the EEC.
The family who broke records and changed laws
Deborah McFadden was paralysed from the neck down in her 20s - she went on to adopt three children from different countries, two of whom would become successful athletes. How did she do it?
Teen prodigy Joey Alexander: 'There wasn't much jazz in Bali'
Joey Alexander has been nominated for three Grammy awards despite being just 14 years old.