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Hillary Clinton took steps this week to inoculate herself from attacks that she is too close to Wall Street, Politico's Ben White says.
Lawmakers agree on the wording of a bill aimed at giving the White House "fast track" authority to negotiate a Pacific trade pact.
India's bid to woo foreign investors was very much in focus this week at the world’s biggest industrial technology fair, Hannover Messe, in Germany.
Nestle, the world's leading packaged food maker, reported slightly better-than-expected first-quarter sales on Friday, helped by price increases.
Tax inspectors have searched the home of Rodrigo Rato, former head of the International Monetary Fund.
For Pfizer and Merck, two big names that have ridden the merger wave, buying up more business is a possibility, their CEOs said.
Bentley Motors Limited has been named as the least reliable used car manufacturer of 2015 in the UK, followed by Porsche, according to a new survey.
High-frequency trading firm Virtu saw its shares soar after its IPO.
The wife of former Clippers owner Donald Sterling is owed $2.6 million by a woman her husband showered with gifts.
Sony Pictures has adopted a more cost-conscious approach since being hacked, the FT reports.
The initiatives come as Apple this year met a self-imposed goal of powering all its U.S. operations with renewable energy to reduce carbon emissions.
Saudi Arabia will open its $532bn stock market to direct foreign investment on June 15, allowing foreign institutions to buy shares from then.
The Chargers and Raiders are planning a shared, $1.7 billion stadium if both teams fail to get new stadiums in their current hometowns.
Foreclosures, which include foreclosure notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossession, were up 20 percent to a total of 122,060 last month.
Goldman Sachs delivered quarterly earnings that topped analysts' expectations on Thursday.
Robots are increasingly becoming a part of everyday life - a trend that's met with both fear and excitement.
About 6 percent of U.S. adults plan to buy Apple's smartwatch according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why U.S. companies should be careful moving forward.
Toyota is joining other major automakers and turning to this Latin country to build and export vehicles.
Shinzo Abe’s strategy to defy public opposition and plug Japan's nuclear power industry back into the national grid has hit a roadblock.