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Three countries responsible for more than half of OPEC's planned production cuts exported at records through the end of 2016.
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Hussein Sajwani outlines his close ties to Ivanka and says he hopes to do more business with the president-elect's kids, NBC News reports.
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Ford says the company was "encouraged by the pro-growth policies" planned by Trump.
The boss of Radio City Music Hall reportedly told Rockettes that performing at Trump's inauguration could draw business from Trump voters.
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The FDA extended the comment period for using "healthy" on food labels, opening the door for Trump to change the rules.
Space travel companies made technical leaps, NASA reached Jupiter, and great discoveries were made.
It could be a huge year for comic book movies with studios serving up a number of sequels to some of their most popular franchises.
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Hotels are investing in private lounges for guests more than ever as demand for hotel lodging flattens globally.
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Soros wrote that the U.S. will struggle to "protect and promote democracy" globally after the election of Trump.
As bank stocks stabilize, a "big negative shock" could cause major volatility in areas newly exposed to risk, Mohamed El-Erian tells CNBC.
The one-day closure comes two months after the retailer admitted that inconsistent prices were making its stores confusing to shop.
A sector that has gained 24 percent in seven weeks would seem primed for a pullback. But for banks, there looks to be room to run yet.