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Washington wants to expand the definition of a fiduciary to include a wider range of financial services providers, sparking debate.
Bob Olstein charges that the investing public has been misled by well-regarded academics.
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Half of respondents in the latest CNBC Fed Survey said Greece will leave the euro zone in the next three years, up from 39 percent in April.
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Respondents to the CNBC Fed Survey continue to look for the Fed's first rate hike in nine years to take place in the third quarter.
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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi sat down with CNBC's John Harwood to discuss the decision to oppose the president on his trade proposal.
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Americans place controlling drug costs at the top of their health-related concerns.
"I think we could see some knee-jerk reactions coming up either later this year or sometime next," CME Group President Terry Duffy tells CNBC.
The hacking of the White House Office of Personnel Management could provide a treasure trove for foreign spies.
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Many of those happy with their new health plans could lose coverage because of a pending Supreme Court case.
The market knew it would be ugly. Now, it's clear just how much havoc the strong dollar is wreaking on corporate America.