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CNBC's Phil LeBeau says the debris from the Malaysia Airlines passenger jet which was shot down over Ukraine spans at least 9 miles, according to witnesses on the ground.
Geopolitical events could lead to a bigger stock market pullback but the impact may be temporary unless there's further escalation.
CNBC's Dominic Chu looks at how the global markets are reacting to today's geopolitical events.
The company is known for putting on twice a year in Las Vegas the Magic fashion trade show, the largest U.S. fashion convention.
With the prospects for U.S. economic growth starting to look up, analysts are divided over whether that should mark a sell signal for markets.
Cramer says a number of market developments just don’t make a lot of sense.
Apple said on Thursday that Susan Wagner, founding partner of BlackRock, had been appointed to its board.
Both the Ukrainian government and the pro-Russia separatists fighting in the region denied any responsibility for downing the aircraft.
JPMorgan said that its board of directors allowed $36 million of options previously awarded to Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon to vest.
An SEC document showed that the organization is targeting 10 firms in a high frequency trading probe.
Morgan Stanley CFO does not believe new sanctions on Rosneft will affect a pending deal between the two companies.
Former OMB Director David Stockman explains how Russia could be the pin that pricks the global asset bubble.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday: Google, IBM, Seagate & more.
Google reported earnings that missed expectations while revenue topped Wall Street estimates on Thursday.
Microsoft will shut down Xbox Entertainment Studios, ending a foray into original video programming. Re/code reports.
Several court challenges to a key part of Obamacare could lead to average premium increases of 76 percent for subsidized HealthCare.gov enrollees.
IBM posted second-quarter earnings, excluding items, of $4.32 on $24.36 billion in revenue.
The Malaysian Airlines flight that crashed on Thursday morning in Ukraine was flying in open air space.
The downing of an airliner over Ukraine brought immediate condemnation of Russia, and it's likely to get stronger.
News of Malaysian Air 17's crash in Eastern Ukraine sent a ripple effect through the markets, says "Fast Money" trader Jon Najarian.