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President Trump threatened to cut off U.C. Berkeley's federal funding after free speech riots.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell tries out Quest Diagnostics' Blueprint for Athletes blood test.
After years of ignoring the dangers of concussions, the NFL and scientific community are doing research to improve diagnosis and treatment.
One trader sees a rally in the charts for crude oil, and another way to play the commodity.
Instagram Stories has had little impact on Snapchat downloads and usage, nor have advertisers decided to move their dollars.
It isn't that hard for attackers to break into your device and snap up personal information. Here's how to protect yourself.
Move over, Harvard. Stanford ranks No. 1.
House Speaker Paul Ryan says lawmakers must first focus on health care.
Workers contributed to their employer-sponsored plans at rates not seen since before the financial crisis.
The widely respected investor told clients how he is positioning his hedge fund portfolio for the Trump administration.
The fuel glut is growing as refineries head into spring maintenance season, which means even less demand for crude to make gasoline.
It's evidence that Uber is concerned about the #DeleteUber boycott.
It seems that some foods are luckier than others. These are 10 "good luck" foods to help your team win the Super Bowl, according to Grubhub.
More than $270 billion in worldwide mergers and acquisitions were announced in January, but foreign deals with the U.S. are lagging.
A group of U.S. military veterans has vowed to block the completion of the hotly disputed Dakota Access pipeline.
Donald Trump's trade wars and the gutting of the EPA favor Fiat Chrysler.
Uber will depend on automakers rather than building self-driving cars itself.
"They interviewed me for about 10 minutes and said, 'Forget it. You're not going to Harvard,'" the self-made billionaire recalls.
A new executive order targeting regulations that squeeze small businesses is giving new hope to the sector, Marty Mucci says.
President Trump is showing up in earnings conference calls of many publicly traded companies.