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Winter storm warnings were in effect across much of the western third of the country early Thursday, NBC News reports.
A bump in fiscal stimulus, which many expect from Trump, will have a measured effect on growth, John Williams tells CNBC.
On Twitter, Trump threatens Toyota with a large border tax if it builds a new plant outside the U.S.
It turns out that a major piece of conventional wisdom on Wall Street may not be so clear-cut after all.
Leon Cooperman tells CNBC he sees 2017 as a period when the U.S. moves toward "normalization" under Donald Trump.
"Russia clearly has assumed an even more aggressive cyber posture," National Intelligence Director James Clapper says.
The United States could soon become a net energy exporter for the first time since 1953, the Energy Information Administration said.
"There is no truth to this idea of restructuring the intelligence community infrastructure," a Trump spokesman says.
A last-minute push in orders through Prime Now helped Amazon recover the ground it had lost to bricks-and-mortar competitors.
The U.S. needs to stop hacking not only by Russia, but also by China and others, the Armed Services Committee member tells CNBC.
The Trump rally brought the stock market to record highs, but ordinary people fell behind the benchmarks in 2016.
Trump should err on the side of U.S. intelligence rather than denials from Putin and Julian Assange, George Mitchell tells CNBC.
Dealmaking in the upstream U.S. oil and gas sector rebounded strongly in 2016 as buyers scooped up prime acreage.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has taken action against misleading scores. Take your "magic number" with a grain of salt.
Amazon's push into physical retail is hitting New York City this year with a brick-and-mortar bookstore.
The stock market's momentum is undeniable, and the rally is setting up for a successful first quarter, BTIG's Katie Stockton says.
Job creation tailed off in December, pointing to an increasingly tight labor market, according to a report from ADP and Moody's.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell to near a 43 year-low last week, pointing to further tightening in the labor market.
That suggests Apple reaped at least $8 billion in revenue from its App Store, an analyst tells CNBC.
Borrowing by small U.S. firms ticked up in November, as investors bid up U.S. stocks on bets that tax cuts will boost profits.
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The days of dollar strength appear to be over for now, creating a boost for profits of global companies.
In December, the Nasdaq topped 5,500 for the first time ever.
A new Accenture survey shows only 23 percent of people around the world prefer a TV set as their go-to device to watch their favorite shows.
Paul McCulley, former Pimco chief economist, discusses President Trump's tweet about Canada's business practices with U.S. dairy farmers, and imposing a tariff on Canadian soft lumber. China is the bigger issue, says McCulley.
It looks like President Trump would be open to "a little higher near-term deficit out of which we can grow," the Commerce secretary says.
Will Slabaugh, Stephens managing director, breaks down McDonald's quarterly numbers and explains why the company is positioned well to continue growth.