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Clothes, shoes and automobiles account for about half of all tariffs today.
Trump next week plans to detail how he will separate from his businesses and previously indicated he will hand them to his children.
Trump's stock holdings were one small part of his personal fortune that could have been affected by his presidential decisions.
"If Donald Trump succeeds, ... you have a roaring economy again," Kellyanne Conway tells CNBC.
The bleeding in the mortgage business appears to have slowed, following a sharp rise in mortgage rates postelection.
After a surprise win and contentious race to clinch the presidency, Donald Trump has been selected as Time magazine's person of the year.
China says an upcoming transit stop in the U.S. by Taiwan's president carries ulterior political motives.
The Republican Branstad has been the state's governor since 2011.
Bringing jobs back to the U.S. is good, but companies will need policy reform, Caterpillar's Doug Oberhelman tells CNBC.
CEO Chuck Robbins says if all goes as planned, it would ultimately create jobs for Cisco.
Traders will watch for more tweets to rain down on U.S. companies from Trump Tower, but that probably won't worry the Trump rally, for now.
More details about the cause of a fire that killed 36 people at a warehouse party in Oakland have emerged.
By 2019, the number of people without insurance would be nearly 59 million, with an uninsured rate of 21 percent, a new analysis says.
Trump is adept at using Twitter to communicate, but the platform is not responsible for his election, CEO Jack Dorsey says.
This time around, the "get tough on China" talk may be more than empty campaign rhetoric.
Banks should taper expectations for regulatory change from the Trump administration, the Goldman Sachs executive told CNBC's "Fast Money."
For the U.S. economy to grow, it needs access to the rest of the world's population, former Office Depot CEO Steve Odland says.
Now that voters who wanted change got what they wanted, the media executive says "bring it on."
Apple said Tuesday that the issue may extend beyond iPhones manufactured in September or October of 2015, USA Today reports.
Trump's slam of Boeing's Air Force One replacement aircraft costs could bring some changes to the roughly $4 billion program and impact jobs.
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The supply of homes for sale is at the lowest level since the Realtors began tracking inventory 18 years ago.
Goldman estimates every percentage point increase of Americans with health insurance yielded a 0.6 percent rise in health employment.
Google's ad troubles are becoming a bigger concern to Wall Street, but analysts have yet to go completely negative on the company.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports on the implications of health care reform, and impact on the biotech sector.
Tag Heuer gets in on the luxury smartwatch market
Washington Post writer Robert Costa tweets while on the phone with President Trump, while discussing the pulled health-care bill. CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports.