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The CEO-worker pay ratio, included in Dodd-Frank, "was thrown in there at the behest of special interests," says ex-SEC chief Paul Atkins.
If the Affordable Care Act is scrapped, the amount older Americans pay for prescription drugs and preventative care may rise.
You may want to pay your child's care provider in cash and off the books. Here's why you shouldn't.
The dollar will rise but it won't rise enough to fully protect the importers," the ex-Treasury secretary warns.
Time to ditch the gym and work off that debt instead. Those in good financial standing are looking better to potential partners.
A mobile spa and free housing are a great way to get employees in the door, but they are still not going to keep workers there long-term.
The social media platform will stop so-called trolls from creating new abusive accounts and will collapse "low-quality" tweets.
Much has been made of the move and deservedly so considering the profit Dimon made — a $17 million gain on a $26.6 million investment.
Phase four depends on the pro-growth policy execution, the chief economic advisor at Allianz tells CNBC.
The White House dropped a provision to delay a rule requiring your financial advisor to provide you with advice that's in your best interest.
Will Gary Cohn emerge as a countervailing economic force to temper Trump's protectionist instincts, Politico's Ben White asks.
The president's tough stance against Mexico could make it easier for China to become the country's, and Latin America's, top trade partner.
Since the banking law took effect in July 2010, lending to businesses and consumers has continued to hit new highs, data shows.
Despite warnings from the Trump administration, fliers and airlines are making the most of the opening between the U.S. and Cuba.
The trend of buying a fixer-upper, making some repairs and "flipping" to a new buyer is making a return, an expert tells CNBC.
Darren Walker is a product of income inequality, and he understands why people of all colors feel the system isn't working.
History could be set to repeat itself as excessive growth has left the U.S. dollar poised to collapse, according to OMFIF.
One of Wall Street’s biggest bulls has an unnerving message for investors: A near-term storm is on the horizon for stocks.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell tries out Quest Diagnostics' Blueprint for Athletes blood test.
After years of ignoring the dangers of concussions, the NFL and scientific community are doing research to improve diagnosis and treatment.