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With Hillary Clinton no longer a presumptive U.S. president, the Clinton Foundation may face some fallow years, experts say.
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Chances of a financial crisis repeat are still much too high, Neel Kashkari tells CNBC.
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Jay Leno and Jerry Seinfeld go for a ride in a vintage 1958 Speedster.
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The Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman says "sure we've had some conversations" with the Trump team for the secretary of state job.
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The ranking, generated by SmartAsset, considers the city's pay gap, unemployment rate, and affordability.
Once the postelection stock rotation plays out, FANG stocks should bounce back, strategist Matt Maley tells CNBC.
President-elect Trump's economic plan will only benefit a small group of companies, Democrat Larry Summers says.
The host explains why the auto industry stumbled in the 1980s.