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Jeb Bush tells CNBC his tax plan would help fuel growth by empowering Americans and creating an environment for investment.
Jeb Bush failed to move the chains, while Marco Rubio likely got a boost in Wednesday's debate, former politicians and aides said.
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The Fed should get ahead of the fiscal policy risks and increase interest rates in September, former Obama budget director Peter Orszag says.
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CEOs are amassing huge sums in their retirement accounts, even as the availability of employer-sponsored retirement plans falls.
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In a CNBC interview, Marco Rubio said China's leaders are in the same category as ISIS.
Pace University is giving higher education a new meaning by opening 33 Beekman, the world's tallest college residence.
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Ukraine reached a deal with creditors to restructure its debt—a key requirement for the country to continue getting support from the IMF.
U.S. companies not only are issuing more debt than ever, they're also extending it to duration never seen before.
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