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Deregulatory measures taken by the new administration are spurring growth in small business, Paychex CEO Marty Mucci says.
Philadelphia's recent soda tax has led to a disastrous decline in beverage sales.
"Premium processing" of H-1B visas will no longer be available starting April 3, immigration authorities announced this month.
US energy CEOs are optimistic about the future, encouraged by tax and regulatory reform promised by President Trump.
The Boring Company is Elon Musk's firm tasked with digging tunnels as a way to avoid traffic. Fans are exciting about the merchandise.
The number of U.S. manufacturing jobs has been on a 30-year decline. Can that entrenched trend be reversed?
Donald Trump's talk of border taxes, doing away with the NAFTA, a massive border wall, and an immigration crackdown is scaring away Mexican investors.
No matter how much you trust a financial pro, any one of them has the ability to rip you off. Here are the warning signs.
Warren Buffett recently listed his vacation home for $11 million. If gets anything near what he's asking, he'll make a decent profit.
A start-up that promotes "tiny" living just raised lots of cash, and is on its way to helping stressed-out city dwellers find a happy place.
Sotheby's International Realty has made big money selling homes to the rich, but does so in an unusual way.
With the swirl of news surrounding the Trump campaign's alleged links to Russia, it's tough to keep up. Here's where things stand.
The Snap IPO just delivered a huge payday to the company's two biggest outside investors, Benchmark and Lightspeed Venture Partners.
The nation's top court is friendlier to business than any court since 1946. Neil Gorsuch is likely to make it even more so.
Shanghai last year experienced the biggest annual price increase for prime residential real estate.
You have to get people angry to tame the national debt, former Sen. Alan Simpson tells CNBC.
Sir Martin Sorrell also said that Snap, scheduled to go public this week, can be a "third force" in advertising.
Trump drew praise for his optimistic tone, but Main Street's reaction to the speech was mixed.
Harley chief executive Matt Levatich publicly supported the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a sweeping 12-nation free trade agreement that Trump scrapped.
Conditions are ripe this year for mutual fund managers to outperform. But even a near-perfect environment may not be enough.