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Trump just got a presidential-looking shot in the arm from perhaps the one foreign leader we least expected to give it to him, says Jake Novak — Mexico's president.
The rapper's proclamation that the fast food chain is his favorite brand made mentions jump 900 percent on Twitter.
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Leon Cooperman, Omega Advisors Chairman & CEO, shares his take on final trades including Delta Air Lines, United Continental, Apple and more.
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People with social media followings and high follower engagement can turn their posts into million dollar paychecks.
If a CEO said what Trump said about bankruptcy, he or she would have to resign. So why does Trump get away with it? Crisis-management expert Eric Dezenhall explains.
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Twitter plans to give creators 70% of ad revenue for moving their content to Twitter's platform according to a source. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the details.
Germany's biggest soccer team will have to embrace the digital world to win over US fans.
CNBC's David Faber reports the latest on the first commercial flight from U.S. to Cuba since 1961.
Netflix just revealed on Twitter that the next run of Stranger Things episodes will premiere next year, the Verge reports.
Bob Evans Farms, H&R Block, and Amazon are making headlines this Wednesday morning before the opening bell.