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The tax plan that promises the biggest cuts in corporate taxes without straining the budget looks increasingly unlikely to become law.
President Donald Trump was like a live tiger in his bizarre solo press conference, says Jake Novak. Here are the five best quotes.
President Trump has chosen Alexander Acosta for Labor Secretary, and Jake Novak says it's the administration's first slam dunk.
The stock market is setting low volatility records not seen since 1962, but Jake Novak reminds us that '62 was actually a wild year.
You have to think about tax reform "holistically," Hasbro's Brian Goldner says.
Inflation statistics and Janet Yellen's congressional testimony set the stage for a March hike, Boockvar tells CNBC.
Experts agree a mix of asset classes is key to juggling risk and reward long term, but it may be a mistake to just tinker each January.
Retailers are facing an "existential threat" like they haven't seen in a long time, Steve Sadove says.
The 'Fast Money' traders look at the retail sector ahead of earnings and mull over the effect of a Mexican border tax from the Trump administration.
Legislation introduced by Colorado congressmen also aims to update regulations for kombucha companies nationwide.
Rep. Kevin Brady says he's "confident" that the border adjustment tax will be included in tax reform, despite opposition to the measure.
The idea of a "two-state solution" as a path to peace between Israelis and Palestinians isn't really a solution, says Jake Novak. Here's why.
Charlie Munger shares his views on President Donald Trump at the Daily Journal annual meeting.
Presidential leadership is indispensable for achieving those objectives, each of which holds significance for the American economy.
Remember inflation? Looks like it's back. Here's what's driving prices higher.
Tax filers remain responsible for paying a penalty if they fail to have health insurance coverage or an exemption from that mandate.
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