The $119 billion drop has stirred up questions about the future of the social media giant as it grapples with big existential questions ranging from users' privacy to fake news.
President Trump announced he will withhold new tariffs on European auto imports and in return the EU has promised to buy US soybeans, easing some stress on farmers feeling the effects of China's tariffs, but details of the agreement are still to be determined.
The one-year halt of new licenses for Uber and other ride-hail services is the first attempt by a US city to regulate the rapidly changing industry. The proposal's backers say the explosion of such services harms its own drivers and taxi drivers, while opponents say restrictions limit reliable transportation options.
A staff member puts contact gel on the cap of a competitor during a Brain-Computer Interface controlled robot contest at the World Robot Conference in Beijing on Aug. 17.
This year, for the first time since the Bureau of Labor Statistics began tracking job openings 18 years ago, there are more positions available than workers to fill them. Wausau, Wis., offers a glimpse into what cities across the US may be facing in the future.
On Amazon 'Prime Day,' the online behemoth offers promotions on its products, but small businesses still have a fighting chance to make sales by focusing on authenticity and niche products, experts say.
Tech employees are flexing new political muscle with the support of nonprofits including newly established organizations and other longstanding groups such as Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch.
The United States is forecasted to take the No. 1 spot as the largest producer of oil in the world by 2019 with estimates of 11.8 million barrels a day. But Saudi Arabia and Russia could still boost production and experts say there are pipeline bottleneck issues that would hinder shipping capacity.
As calls to cut waste grow globally, Starbucks announced it will swap its plastic straws in all of its 28,000 global locations to strawless lids and straws made of paper or compostable material.
Some people without adequate savings must continue working long past retirement age. The AARP Foundation Senior Community Service Employment helps Americans 55 years and older get the training they need to secure better-paying jobs.