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A group of Republicans refusing to support Donald Trump have courted candidates for a 3rd party run, including Mark Cuban, a report says.
The Washington Post has unearthed a recording of a 1991 phone call in which a spokesman describes Trump as irresistible to women.
Mark Zuckerberg is hosting a summit for conservative leaders on Wednesday, reports Recode.
CNBC's latest Millionaire Survey finds that millionaires are concerned that their children will be financially worse off.
There's a pattern to opposition to Donald Trump within the GOP, and House Speaker Paul Ryan embraces it fully. What is it?
Former OMB director David Stockman says a Trump presidency will give the market the jolt it needs to put recessionary risk behind us.
Bank of America CEO says he’s stepping up the fight against North Carolina’s divisive legislation.
Billionaire Mark Cuban offered to be Hillary Clinton's running mate, reports Recode.
Donald Trump is not going to give up his economic populism or his America-first foreign policy. He'll always be an outsider, writes Larry Kudlow.
Now that Donald Trump is the presumptive nominee for the GOP, tell us whom he should select as his running mate.
Donald Trump also says The Washington Post is Jeff Bezos' "toy" to protect Amazon.
Donald Trump's campaign may use new donations to repay Trump's $36 million loan, reports NBC News.
"Obama basically apologized for us" and we are "tired of apologizing," global investor Barry Sternlicht tells CNBC.
The Facebook CEO says that being open to all viewpoints was at the "core of everything Facebook is and everything I want it to be."
Trump's campaign "totally and completely" disavows "the horrible statements," the NYT reports.
The mainland's top internet regulator slammed the news portal run by the hawkish Global Times tabloid this week, the South China Morning Post reports.
Donald Trump and Paul Ryan say their meeting left them "totally committed" to working together.
The court case challenges the legality of payments the Obama administration makes to insurers.
Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump can beat Hillary Clinton, former Vice President Dan Quayle tells CNBC.
House Speaker Paul Ryan and Donald Trump will begin a conversation they hope will end with a unified Republican Party.
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