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General Motors Chief Executive Mary Barra said on Thursday the automaker will expand testing of self-driving vehicles to Michigan.
The electric car startup is heading into a reveal of its first production car after a year fraught with troubles, BuzzFeed reports.
People might want to be checking their insurance coverage before flying their drones, The New York Times reports.
U.S. consumer prices moderated in November, but the underlying trend continued to point to firming inflation pressures amid rising rents.
Russia has denied that it orchestrated a campaign of hacking and leaking designed to undermine the US election, NBC News reports.
Many of them are overcrowded, dirty and appear to be falling apart. But America's airports are getting record high marks from travelers.
Exxon Mobil will promote insider Darren Woods to chairman and CEO, replacing Rex Tillerson.
Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry is about to lead a the Energy Department, which has scientists and policy experts worried.
For fixed-rate loans, nothing changes right now. For variable-rate loans, you may want to change how you borrow.
More than half of grandparents are saving for a grandchild's college education, or hope to. Here's how to give wisely.
Donald Trump's spending plans may give the Fed the help it's needed for years, Strategas' Jason Trennert tells CNBC.
From managing capital gains to charitable giving, there's a range of strategies to reduce the amount you fork over to the government.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell last week as the labor market continued to tighten.
Manufacturers in New York state expanded more quickly this month than in November, driven by a big jump in new orders.
Coffee giant Starbucks Coffee is out with a new spin on a gift closet staple.
Wage growth is the key to future interest rate moves by the Federal Reserve, strategist Boris Schlossberg says.
Authorities have called the scheme "securities fraud on cyber-steroids," reports NBC News.
As part of a new deal, Tiger Woods will play Bridgestone's B330-S golf balls.
NewArc Investments' Jeff Miller predicted in 2010 that the Dow would hit 20,000. Now that the index is nearly there, here’s what he sees.
The U.S. IPO market is expected to bounce back, fueled by a sunnier economic outlook and more certainty following the presidential election.
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Consumer money expert Kimmie Greene shares how much you should have socked away as you get older.
Rep. Tom Rooney, (R-Fla.), talks about the Republican agenda in Congress.
Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter founder, shares his thoughts on how a strong U.S. dollar will likely impact commodities. Also Gartman explains why he is bullish on gold in terms of the euro and yen.