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Trump can't stop robots from taking our jobs, says Dustin McKissen. Here's a real solution to the problem. » Read More
De Blasio, a Democrat who faces reelection in November, has repeatedly said he and his campaign staff did nothing wrong. » Read More
President Donald Trump will sign an executive order establishing regulatory reform officers and task forces within U.S. agencies, Reuters reported on Friday. » Read More
One day after former Chesapeake Energy CEO Aubrey McClendon died in a car crash, Stephen Weiss, Chief Investment Officer and Managing Partner of Short Hills Capital Partners LLC, remembers him for being an innovator and a pioneer in the energy industry.
CNBC's Scott Cohn reports there was at least one witness to Aubrey McClendon's car crash resulting in his death.
The tough UN sanctions on North Korea are sweeping, and target leader Kim Jong Un's commercial trade activities and vast overseas financial web.
Discussing the NFL and last year's 'Deflategate' scandal with Drew Rosenhaus, NFL agent and CEO at Rosenhaus Sports Representation.
There are now only eight Supreme Court justices, but that doesn't necessarily mean that the court is doomed to months of unproductive gridlock.
International Business Machines filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against daily deals website operator Groupon alleging infringement of its patents.
In the high-stakes battle between security and privacy, there's no winning — but there should be cooperation, one venture capital says.
McClendon, 56, was indicted Tuesday and charged with conspiring to rig bids for oil and natural gas leases while leading Chesapeake Energy.
Reuters Reporter Joshua Schneyer, provides insight to the indictment over allegations former Chesapeake Energy CEO Aubrey McClendon conspired to rig bids to buy oil and natural gas leases.
Short-seller Andrew Left of Citron Research discusses the relationship between Valeant and Philidor, and whether this is the "next pharmaceutical Enron."
Barclays was hit by a $108.5 million fine on Thursday as it allegedly worked with super-rich clients in a way that could have facilitated financial crime.
CNBC's Jon Fortt discusses FBI Director James Comey and Apple's general counsel Bruce Sewell's testimonies to Congress on Tuesday.
A breakdown of how the presidential primary/caucus voting process works and how delegates nominate candidates.
A U.S. probe of Valeant was triggered by the company's own request that regulators investigate a short seller's allegations, Reuters reported.
Richard Teng, CEO of the FSRA for Abu Dhabi global markets, says the UAE can serve as a financial hub due to its stability and infrastructure.
Samarco, co-owned by BHP and Vale, will pay at least $5B to settle damages caused by a dam spill in November, a source told Reuters.
Former Chesapeake Energy CEO Aubrey McClendon was indicted on charges of masterminding a conspiracy not to compete for oil and natural gas leases.
Former FBI Assistant Director Chris Swecker discusses the implications of the Apple versus FBI controversy.
In a blog post Tuesday, Mark Cuban details why Apple needs to win against the FBI in the debate about unlocking a terrorist's iPhone.
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