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Trump wrote that the country "needs a good 'shutdown' in September" to fix what he called a "mess."
Rep. Bill Shuster threatens that Congress will take action if airlines do not act, and he warns that they "would not like the outcome."
Philadelphia City Council votes to change handlers of its $2 billion payroll account.
"Words matter, and I don't think he's figured that out yet," the Dallas Mavericks owner and "Shark Tank" investor says of Trump.
Buffalo Wild Wings and hedge fund Marcato send letters to shareholders ahead of next month's proxy showdown.
Trump joins a chorus of execs who say you can't have it all.
Taco Bell's Naked Chicken Chips are finally getting a nationwide release.
A project to make synthetic human DNA is in the early stages, but could be within humans to fight disease in less than five years.
SmartAsset.com ranked the top 10 U.S. states (and, in one case, federal district) whose citizens have the most personal debt.
Mnuchin says the White House wants to provide relief for middle-income earners, not the rich.
High school seniors across the country have to finalize their college choice Monday. Here's what to know about how to pay for it.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said there's a good chance Apple will introduce its Amazon Echo competitor in June.
The Small Business Administration finds that few young people are starting businesses.
Apple is scheduled to report earnings Tuesday afternoon.
Don't use free Wi-Fi networks, which are often insecure and slow. Instead, use your smartphone as a Wi-Fi network. Here's how.
According to data compiled by Strategas, the S&P 500 has performed even better when it begins May in an uptrend since 1950.
So far this earnings season, the less a U.S. company is exposed to America, the better its results.
Interest rates have been so low for so long a ‘bust’ is ahead, says the former congressman.
With stocks near record levels, the valuation question has begun to loom large. And two well-known academics have very different answers.
We could see our first trillionaire in the next 25 years. Who is it going to be?