The "Squawk on the Street" crew discuss the news that in order to avoid conflicts of interest, Rex Tillerson and ExxonMobile will be severing all ties.
Ex-CEO and chairman also commits to the State Department that, if confirmed, he would sell more than 600,000 Exxon shares.
King Lip at Baker Avenue AM explains why he thinks GEO Group, Exxon Mobil and 3M stocks are attractive.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at the day's market action including what contributed to today's volatility.
The New York Times looks back at the year that was to toast and roast the year's deal makers and look ahead to what may come next.
Experts say a "grand bargain" between President-elect Trump and Russia's leader could be negotiated.
Here are 10 stocks that I believe will outperform the market in 2017, says financial advisor Michael Farr.
Rex W. Tillerson's Exxon has done little or nothing to put carbon taxes into effect, the NYT reports.
There are some very good reasons why many in tech are actually welcoming the incoming administration of Donald Trump. Recode reports.
Christine Short, Estimize, discusses five stocks to watch in 2017, including Amazon, Tesla and more.
As the Dow inches toward the 20,000-point milestone, analysts give predictions on sectors poised for growth in 2017.
The US sanctioned more Russian companies over Russia's annexation of Crimea and conflict in Ukraine, a move Moscow criticized as hostile.
A basket of stocks made up of companies whose boards include Trump Cabinet choices is outpacing the market since the election.
With more than 20 nominees now selected, Donald Trump's cabinet appears much like the president-elect himself.
His top economic and foreign policy advisers love it (as do his other advisers), Vox reports.
Exxon Mobil will promote insider Darren Woods to chairman and CEO, replacing Rex Tillerson.
The OPEC agreement and new investments in energy will usher in higher prices for oil and gas, Hess CEO John Hess tells CNBC.
Sen. Bob Corker will lead Rex Tillerson's confirmation hearing next month.
Donald Trump formally announced Rick Perry as his choice to lead the U.S. Department of Energy.
Trump's secretary of State pick could take U.S. foreign policy in a new direction.