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U.S. economic growth slowed in the fourth quarter, but not as sharply as previously estimated.
U.S. stocks closed lower Wednesday with energy stocks leading declines as oil settled below $40 a barrel.
The Halftime Report experts debate which companies should advance to the next round
Donald Trump's anti-trade stance has been blasted by a pillar of the corporate establishment as 'dangerous', reports the Financial Times.
U.S. stocks closed higher Wednesday, helped by a rise in oil prices, following the release of the Federal Reserve's statement and economic projections.
President Obama wants to bridge the nation's "diaper divide" by helping low-income families cope with the cost of diapers.
CNBC's Michael Santoli explains how investors may turn to dividend-paying U.S. stocks because of the lack of yield in any other asset in the world.
U.S. stocks closed sharply higher Friday as oil prices rose and investors took a more positive view of Thursday's European Central Bank announcements on stimulus.
Sodium lauryl sulfate was found in the company's liquid laundry detergent.
The company has previously promised in its Honestly Free Guarantee not to use the chemical in its products.
Bespoke's Paul Hickey explains why investing in the "Dogs of the Dow" strategy is your best bet this year.
U.S. stocks closed mildly higher Wednesday after their best start to a month in just over three years.
O'Shares Chairman, Kevin O'Leary, talks about seeking out dividend growth and gives his dividend plays.
A new detergent advert addressing gender inequality has gone viral, even receiving the backing of Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg.
Jim Cramer shares his strategy to win against the impact of big European banks right now. You can be scared, or you can be smart.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares his strategy to win against the impact of big European banks right now. You can be scared, or you can be smart. Which one is it?
Jim Cramer found two groups of stocks with wild valuations that could both be forecasting the same future.
Mad Money Host Jim Cramer found two groups of stocks with wild valuations that could both be forecasting the same future.
Would you rather: Procter & Gamble or Google? The Fast Money traders pick their sides.
CNBC's Dom Chu takes a look at growth vs. value in the stock market.