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Three top cybersecurity officials are reportedly leaving the FBI

The revelations came the same day Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein discussed how the FBI is ramping up outreach to state elections boards and the private sector in an effort to combat cybercrime.


Asian stocks come under pressure as the yuan weakens further

Asian shares came under pressure on Friday as the yuan weakened further, with investors also digesting U.S. President Donald Trump's Fed criticism.


Steve Bannon says he owns bitcoin and is working on his own cryptocurrency

His comments came from the Delivering Alpha conference in New York.


Goldman's New Boss: What does it mean for its strategy?

William Cohan, author of "Money and Power, How Goldman Sachs Came to Rule the World," and Mike Mayo of Wells Fargo join CNBC's Wilfred Frost, Mike Santoli, and Sara Eisen to discuss the company's past and future.


Tesla sinks after Musk tweets, again

For Tesla shareholders, it’s like a bad case of deja vu. The company's shares took a nosedive after CEO Elon Musk came under fire, and some see bigger losses yet, citing a corporate leader lately mired in controversy and lingering concerns about vehicle production. Investors have been here before.


Sen. John McCain says Trump gave 'One of the most disgraceful performances by an American president' at Putin summit

McCain's blistering take on Trump came hours after the president, appearing with Putin at a press conference after their summit in Helsinki, Finland, refused to criticize Putin for what U.S. intelligence agencies have said was a concerted effort by Russians to interfere in the 2016 presidential election.


University of Louisville removes Papa John's name from football stadium

The University of Louisville's decision came after the company's founder admitted he used the N-word during a conference call with marketing executives in May.


States are not divided by red or blue — a deeper difference came way before politics

We think of the 50 states as being divided by red or blue political leanings, but each state has a more deeply rooted psychology, with centuries of history that controls whether it rises or falls. If you want to get to know your home state's mindset, start with its public school policy on corporal punishment.


Xiaomi shares surge 13 percent after lackluster first day of trade

Xiaomi's share price rise came after news that the Chinese firm will be included in the Hang Seng Index.


US Treasury yields little changed after Fed minutes

U.S. government debt prices came under pressure on Thursday.