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Florida officials announced a new area of Zika transmission in the Miami and has called on federal government for funding.
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More needs to be done to address the scandal that rocked Wells Fargo, Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., said.
The company said on Thursday that it expects 3,000 to 4,000 employees to exit between fiscal 2017 and fiscal 2019.
Only a dozen of an estimated 22,450 people employed at Trump's companies have donated more than $200 to his bid for the U.S. presidency.
California State Treasurer John Chiang told CNBC he needs to see real reform before the state does business with Wells Fargo again.
Amid a contentious presidential race, U.S. president Barack Obama called out political rivals that seek to cut scientific funding.
Office Depot says it will close its stores for Thanksgiving, after three years of being open on the turkey feast.
Wells Fargo will have a bumpy road ahead, but the rough times probably won't last too long, analyst Chris Kotowski says.
Donald Trump is going to war against The New York Times, and the newspaper is refusing to roll over.
The key to expanding the realm of virtual reality is to let consumers experience it, Sony's Shawn Layden tells CNBC.
Verizon said the company has "reasonable basis" to believe that Yahoo's massive data breach could allow Verizon to withdraw its deal to buy Yahoo.
Even before the political controversies of the past week, some of Trump's businesses were showing signs of pressure.
U.S. household heating bills were low last year thanks in part to warm weather, but Americans will have no such luck this year.
Starbucks is hoping to keep its competitive edge in the coffee business by offering customers drinks curated by its baristas.
The scandal served as a reminder of how far banks have to go yet to recover the public trust they lost after the 2008 financial crisis.
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