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Complexity will probably give way to speed if Republican lawmakers want any kind of reform in 2017, Buffett says.
PwC has apologized for its role in Sunday's Academy Awards drama which saw Faye Dunaway announce an incorrect winner for best picture.
The Russian democracy activist explains to CNBC why dialogue with Russia is good, but questions whether there's a price to be paid.
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"Logan" may determine whether Twentieth Century Fox makes more adult-oriented X-Men films.
"Biggest Loser" trainer and author Jen Widerstrom said it's important to create a diet and fitness plan based on your personality.
Sneaker collecting is a unique economy filled with product-flippers, scam artists and entrepreneurs who seek to cash in on big demand.
Ingredion CEO Ilene Gordon says vegetable utilization is where major food players will soon be looking for growth.
80% of millennials carry cash, 64% most of the time. If a cashless society is inevitable, it's not happening fast.
Yes, there are a slew of free apps on the market, but if you aren't paying then you are probably agreeing to hand over your personal data.
Tesla shares were down Thursday morning, but least two analysts who follow the stock have raised their price targets.
The company announced in-stream ads on Facebook Live, as well as an expansion of video ad offerings for its Audience Network.
"There's only so much that Congress can process at the same time," said Alex Brill of the American Enterprise Institute.
For those that experienced a disaster, there is help from an unexpected source: the Internal Revenue Service.
The Trump administration appointee said he is "primarily focused on middle-class" tax cuts.
The overwhelming majority of traditional retailers still hasn't figured out how to profitably fill online orders.
House Republicans do not expect the president to announce his own tax plan; instead, they anticipate he will simply align himself with theirs.
In local markets across the nation, there are too few listings to meet the strong buyer demand.