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A relatively tight labor market may put upward pressure on inflation, raising the case for higher interest rates, Bullard said on Monday.
Mark Cuban said he's open to a conversation about running for Vice President in 2016 with either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton.
The U.S. is on the verge of meeting most of the conditions the Fed has set to hike rates in June, Boston Fed's Eric Rosengren, tells The FT.
Facebook's Trending Topics was a fledgling, under-experienced group where individual judgment of news was encouraged, The New York Times reports.
Celebrities are speaking up and taking their fight to Capitol Hill about a neglected health issue that affects nearly 200 million people.
It's easy to lose sight that while swaths of the electorate revile Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton is in nearly as bad shape, Politico's Ben White says.
After the Koch brothers denied they had backed the Libertarian Party presidential candidate, questions remain about big dollar support for the party.
Tweet Congress, the website that helped push a number of politicians to join the twittersphere — and made a few regret it — plans to relaunch.
Now that the Fed appears ready to hike rates this summer, markets are watching how the dollar responds.
A USA TODAY analysis found Donald Trump's businesses have been involved in at least 100 lawsuits and other disputes related to taxes.
The Vermont independent senator is threatening to take his millions of supporters with him in the separation.
Hillary Clinton's message that she is experienced and ready to lead is not aspirational, Morris Reid says.
Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg met with several leading conservatives on Wednesday to try and quell concerns it is politically biased.
The Dallas Mavericks owner tells CNBC that the presumptive Republican nominee is "180 degrees wrong" on tech.
Silicon Valley collectively rolled its eyes at Donald Trump's warning on Tuesday of a dangerous financial bubble in the tech industry.
Entrepreneur Mark Cuban takes aim at Donald Trump's social media skills on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."
The presidential campaigns are tightening their cyber security as U.S. intelligence sees indications of foreign spying.
Hillary Clinton is the apparent winner of the Kentucky Democratic primary and Bernie Sanders is the apparent winner in Oregon, NBC News projects.
Democratic elder statesman Bob Kerrey tells CNBC he sides with Republicans on the economy and national defense and Democrats on social issues.
The deal will allow the presidential candidate to tap rich donors and end his ability to claim that he is self-financing his own campaign, the FT reports.
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