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The FBI later told Congress that the newly discovered emails did not make it change its conclusion that Clinton should not be prosecuted.
The CEO of Volkswagen Group of America said it's another "important step forward in our efforts to make things right for our customers."
Four more officials were charged Tuesday in connection with the Flint water crisis, NBC News reports.
The USDA suggests that manufacturers and retailers opt for the phrasing "best if used by," Eater reports.
Dalio describes a major ideological shift in Washington, one where Trump's administration admires tough "can-do" businessmen.
General Motors will shut five U.S. auto assembly plants for varying durations in January, to cut oversupply of sedans which have fallen out of favor.
Small business optimism is on the rise in the U.S. Entrepreneurs weigh in on how a Trump presidency will affect their businesses next year.
Some retailers may be taking a hit from changing consumer habits, but that doesn't mean the consumer is suffering, Martin E. Franklin says.
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This unexpected — and revealing — interview question says everything.
Trump's latest Twitter attack follows a provocation from former President Clinton, who said Trump "doesn't know much."
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Online donations to the Salvation Army spiked 61% after Dallas Cowboys rookie Ezekiel Elliott hopped into one of the huge red kettles behind the end zones at AT&T Stadium.
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Experts offer tips on how to instill in young children a lifelong habit of generosity. Hint: Lead by example, and do it together.
Online job-search emporium CareerCast.com compiled a list of the most overrated jobs in America, from hours worked to related stress.
"It never got to: Can you, will you, would you with either of them. They're just great friends," Tom Barrack tells CNBC.
Cybersecurity firm White Ops says an army of automated web browsers is siphoning millions of dollars of advertising per day away from media outfits and advertisers.
Linde, the German company that earlier this month revived merger talks with U.S. rival Praxair, has come to an agreement on key aspects of the deal.
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The Fast Money traders discuss insurance and biotech trades.
Jim Cramer spoke with Workday's CEO Aneel Bhusri, who explained the driving forces behind the company's recent quarter.
Jim Cramer spells out why international growth is far more important to the stock market’s trajectory than Trump’s agenda.