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Don't expect mass layoffs in IT even as the world's biggest companies move more of their workload to the cloud, Oracle's Mark Hurd says.
President Trump will ask Congress for dramatic cuts as he seeks to bulk up defense spending, start building a border wall and spend more money deporting immigrants.
With the Snap's IPO in the rear view, MoffettNathanson says the market has now priced the company for perfection.
Off-price retailers TJX, Ross and Burlington plan to open more than 200 U.S. stores combined this year.
Chamath Palihapitiya, founder and CEO of venture firm Social Capital, questions why Snap is focusing its strategy so narrowly.
“To come in and blatantly eliminate these programs because you're trying to meet a budget number … it’s actually alarming,” one insider says.
Graduates of these schools make an average of $69,000 or more.
The investigative reporter who obtained the tax documents suggests they could have come from an unlikely source.
The change would help get support from senators worried that the House bill doesn't do enough for low-income Americans, Sen. John Thune says.
A former U.S. currency regulator has devised a secure mobile payment system using his past job experience.
Business leaders are in a conundrum over the reality of President Trump's policies, according to the latest CNBC Global CFO Council survey.
Results from this large Obamacare provider suggest the tide is beginning to turn for insurers.
Trump faces two competing blocs of intra-party opposition whose goals are in direct conflict.
Only 1 in 5 parents has told their kids how much of an inheritance they'll receive, says Ameriprise. But it's a number worth talking about.
OPEC's production deal appears on shaky ground, as Saudi Arabia's deputy crown prince visited the White House.
The White House has a message for Republicans who oppose Obamacare: This is the best chance you'll get.
The market sees the Fed increasing rates three times this year, but the central bank could put a fourth on the books in a less obvious way
OPEC produced a combined 31.96 million barrels a day last month.
"I think the Republican plan is just too rushed," Max Baucus says.
When extreme weather hits the United States, you can bet you'll hear about it in the next round of corporate earnings calls.