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Chinese President Xi Jinping has used a landmark U.S. visit to reassure the world China's markets were in recovery.
Former Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson said China and the U.S. need to collaborate on spurring growth and slowing cyberthreats.
"We're looking much further down the horizon," Pandora Co-Founder Tim Westergren said.
Asia & luxury once slotted together as well as Cinderella and the glass slipper, but as China’s economic situation deteriorated, is this still true?
"This kind of behavior should have happened yesterday," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Bank of America shareholders voted down the splitting of the chairman and CEO positions on Tuesday.
PricewaterhouseCoopers hopes to set the company apart in the recruitment process with this new benefit, USA Today reports.
A fruit fly outbreak could push Florida into using aerial pesticide spraying, The Miami Herald reports.
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein said Tuesday he has been diagnosed with a "highly curable" form of lymphoma.
Apple is deciding whether it will make a self-driving car, an electric vehicle or a combination, the NYT reports.
Joy Wilson, AKA "Joy the Baker", talks about talent, persistence, truth, diversity and what you need to survive in food-blogging.
Apple would burn through cash if it enters the electric car business, former General Motors Vice Chairman Bob Lutz contended.
Here's how fast-fashion retailer Primark could change the game for U.S. retailers.
Apple has put more weight behind its electric car efforts and has set a target shipment date of 2019, according to a report.
Mitt Romney was eviscerated for his work record of slashing and burning jobs. Can Carly Fiorina avoid the same fate? Politico's Ben White asks.
"We've seen the relationship between GDP growth and oil product demand widening considerably," Citigroup's Ed Morse said.
Women still lag when it comes to board memberships. Jan Babiak shares five tips that will help women land the plum positions they want.
When the Fed kept rates on hold on Thursday, they explained it was due to the unstable global outlook. Yet some investors are criticizing the move.
"If you only think about the U.S., you might miss a larger picture," Jim Cramer said.
"This is a different situation than the recent shutdown crises," Roger Altman said.