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Donald Trump's trade wars and the gutting of the EPA favor Fiat Chrysler.
The salty strips that people love to put on everything are not in fact in short supply, the New York Times reports.
"They interviewed me for about 10 minutes and said, 'Forget it. You're not going to Harvard,'" the self-made billionaire recalls.
A new executive order targeting regulations that squeeze small businesses is giving new hope to the sector, Marty Mucci says.
Uber will depend on automakers rather than building self-driving cars itself.
Some corporate chiefs are staying quiet in the face of Trump's travel ban for fear of retribution, CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin says.
Trump's immigration order has rattled members of a globally minded business community counting on Trump to cut taxes and regulations.
The administration's next step in its immigration ban will have major effects on Silicon Valley.
Like Peter Thiel, this couple bought a New Zealand escape property, but the process wasn't easy - or inexpensive.
A report predicts that within 10 years more than 70 percent of consumers will shop for food online.
You have until Jan. 31 to buy medical coverage on the state and federal marketplaces.
Nelson Saiers had a hedge fund with his name on the door and gave it all up for fine art. Now he's bringing Wall Street into his paintings.
Armed conflict between the U.S. and China in the near future are 'not just slogans', an official in China's People's Liberation Army wrote.
President Trump is showing up in earnings conference calls of many publicly traded companies.
Hulu recently landed exclusive streaming rights to "The Golden Girls" and is hoping the show draws viewers to its platform.
The stock market rally over the past two months has brought with it a renewed interest from private companies to get in on the action.
Now, with President Donald J. Trump promising to build up the military, is the target for fraud about to get bigger?
The inaugural running of the Pegasus World Cup, billed as the world's richest horse race, was a rematch for two top-rated thoroughbreds.
The name Charles Koch means different things to different people, and can trigger a wide array of responses.
Trumponomics raises questions about how emerging market economies will respond to the new U.S. president's policies.