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Carl Icahn said he lost $100 million on the Trump Taj Mahal's failure. But he can make some back at the Tropicana.
New York state's financial regulator sent a second request to Goldman Sachs about its fundraising for Malaysian fund 1MDB, a source said.
The president made his comments from the Pentagon after a meeting with his National Security Council.
U.S. officials aren't likely to extradite Fethullah Gulen, an imam Turkey blames for plotting the recent failed coup, The Wall Street Journal reports.
U.S. corporations are on track to raise a trillion dollars in new debt this year, and the Bank of England just added more fuel to the bond fire.
In Silicon Valley, entrepreneurs and engineers try to "hack" their brains and bodies with fasting, supplements and smart drugs called nootropics.
When Snapchat opened itself up to advertisers more than a year ago, many griped that the company needed to lower its ad prices, the NYT reported.
The government forecasts price deflation for key protein food categories this year, and that's tough for some grocers to swallow.
Some states offer better protections for working parents, but high child-care costs can still crush your budget.
The new iPhone could have a dual-lens camera, two speaker grills and no headphone jack, according to Unbox Therapy.
Cheaper money means the opportunity for more deals, bigger dividends and additional buybacks.
Nike's getting out of golf equipment. Adidas is trying to offload TaylorMade. That could mean big business for Callaway.
The AG6 studio at Manhattan's Asphalt Green offers a unique workout that has you twisting, curling, jumping and, yes, sweating.
Amid speculation of GOP intervention, The Wall Street Journal's Holman Jenkins says he'd tell Donald Trump to get serious.
Recent studies suggest the effects of the Zika virus on fetuses may be worse than thought, Dr. Scott Gottlieb says.
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Restaurants are having to fork over more money to get their hands on the prized Maine lobsters due to surging demand.
Mercedes-Benz will become the first German premium automaker to enter one of the most lucrative segments in the car industry.
"Suge" Knight says Dr. Dre hired hitman to evade paying $300 million from Beats-Apple deal, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Coca-Cola, Boeing and Apple are grabbing Wall Street headlines this Wednesday morning.
Robert Sanchez, Ryder System, weighs in on autonomous trucking and provides his thoughts on challenges in the transport sector.
A slight drop in mortgage rates was not enough to entice home buyers, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.