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  • The revamp includes the retirement of Jim Walton, 67, the youngest son of late Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton, after 11 years on the board, the retailer said. Also departing are Aida Alvarez, a former member of U.S. President Bill Clinton's cabinet, retail industry veteran Roger Corbett, and Mike Duke, who was Wal-Mart's chief executive from 2009 to 2014..

  • The revamp includes the retirement of Jim Walton, 67, the youngest son of the late Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton, after 11 years on the board, the retailer said. Also departing are Aida Alvarez, a former member of U.S. President Bill Clinton's cabinet, retail industry veteran Roger Corbett, and Mike Duke, who was Wal-Mart's president and chief executive from 2009 to...

  • Catching ball

    Overhauling the corporate tax code could be done in combination with a new infrastructure investment, Hillary Clinton advisor Gene Sperling tells CNBC.

  • House Speaker Paul Ryan

    Paul Ryan was convincing when he said he wouldn't accept the GOP nomination for president. But if you were listening, he hinted at what might be next.

  • Deere excavator dirt

    Hillary Clinton-backer David Brock says his group has been digging up negative information on Donald Trump since last July.

  • WASHINGTON, April 8- Security researchers and civil liberties advocates on Friday condemned draft legislation leaked from the U.S. Senate that would let judges order technology companies to assist law enforcement agencies in breaking into encrypted data. The long-awaited bill is emerging just as the U.S. Justice Department redoubles its efforts to use the...

  • Hillary Clinton

    Hillary Clinton needs to do one thing to win over Sanders' supporters and win against Trump in November, writes Anita Jain.

  • Sheila Bair

    Ex-FDIC chair Sheila Bair joins the board of online lender Avant as budding fintech start-ups lure former government officials.

  • The Senate voted 96-0 to hold Backpage in civil contempt after it did not comply with a subpoena to hand over documents explaining how it combats sex trafficking in ads on the adult section of its website. The move will allow Senate lawyers to bring a lawsuit in federal district court to force compliance with the subpoena and could set up a battle over free speech.

  • Ted Cruz and Donald Trump

    The GOP hates Trump, but by spurning the No.2 candidate, it's doubling down on its war on voters, say two Republican strategists.

  • Richard Fisher

    The anti-free ideas by Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders would hurt the economy, says Richard Fisher, ex-Dallas Fed president and former Bill Clinton trade official.

  • Elephants fighting

    In the GOP's civil war, these Republican strategists see no choice but to align with the "Trumpistas."

  • Petition calling for Bill Clinton arrest

    About 80-thousand people have signed a petition calling for the arrest and prosecution of former President Bill Clinton.

  • President Bill Clinton greets people inside the Newton Free Library, a polling place, in Newton, Mass., during Massachusetts primary voting on March 1, 2016.

    A petition calling for the arrest and prosecution of former President Bill Clinton alleges he violated Massachusetts election laws.

  • Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

    Here are three names that Hillary Clinton might choose as her running mate in the Democratic presidential race.

  • Feb 24- Investment bank Lazard Ltd has hired former White House official Peter Orszag to help advise companies on mergers. Prior to joining Wall Street, Orszag served as a budget director in the Obama administration. He was also a distinguished visiting fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations.

  • NEW YORK, Feb 19- Hillary Clinton continued to resist calls to release her transcripts of paid speeches she gave to Goldman Sachs and other banks, saying she would hold onto them until Bernie Sanders and other rivals for the U.S. presidency released theirs. Sanders, her populist rival for the Democratic presidential nomination who has surged in polls with his...

  • *Stern in Brussels for talks with European Commission. BRUSSELS, Feb 16- The United States will sign the Paris Agreement on climate change this year regardless of the Supreme Court's decision to put a chunk of President Barack Obama's environmental action on hold, the U.S. climate envoy said on Tuesday. Todd Stern also said that Obama's successor, even if it is a...

  • LOS ANGELES, Feb 11- Breaking a long silence, a politically connected Chinese businessman living in the United States has denied through his attorney that he handed over Chinese state secrets, including launch codes for nuclear weapons, to U.S. authorities. His case has generated intense interest in China and the U.S. because of the access Ling Wancheng's...

  • Ron Burkle, managing partner and founder of Yucaipa Cos., left, and former President Bill Clinton.

    Billionaire Ron Burkle spent years close to the Clinton family, but has yet to lend public support to Hillary Clinton's campaign.