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French carmaker Renault posted record full-year sales and profits on Friday and set itself ambitious new mid-term goals for both after earnings were boosted by a comprehensive revamp of its product range.
Hundreds of people shouted down Rep. Jason Chaffetz at a town hall in his Utah district, with many yelling “Do your job!”
The U.S. Labor Department is preparing to delay its controversial Obama-era fiduciary rule on financial advice for 180 days.
The newly christened "Mnuchin rule" seems as if it was made to be broken, the NYT reports.
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Rep. Jeb Hensarling's memo, obtained by CNBC, listed among other things a commitment to "remove remaining nonbank SIFI references."
John Tsang was particularly muddle-headed in advocating a two-tier tax regime, the SCMP reports.
If there was ever any doubt that markets are moving on tax reform, they should be laid to rest today.
Peer-to-peer lending is growing up, and Wall Street is looking to take a bigger piece of the action.
Sen. David Perdue argued that the tax is "regressive, hammers consumers and shuts down economic growth."
Jeb Hensarling is attacking the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and scaling back rules on bank living wills and stress tests.
The law designed to prevent another financial crisis may be on the chopping block, but some of its regulations were never put into effect.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Bob Pisani finds the reasons behind the mini-rally in bonds and bond funds.
Goldman Sachs Investment Partners is folding its London operations into the U.S. and shifting staff members to New York.
The initial public offering for tequila maker Jose Cuervo priced at the top of the expected range at 34 pesos per share.
Toshiba has received an offer as high as 400 billion yen ($3.6 billion) for a 19.9 percent stake in its flash memory business.
China's central bank said it met with nine smaller local bitcoin exchanges to discuss risks and problems in the bitcoin market.
The Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department has been accused of a cover-up concerning its air traffic management system, the SCMP reports.
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