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Consumers were much less optimistic than economists had expected in June, according to a preliminary reading.
Much of the Russia probe remains a mystery, but prevailing details have come from Trump and Comey, Vox reports.
The S&P 500 ended marginally higher for the week following a deal that ignited a sell-off among big retail and grocery companies.
Amazon.com's purchase of Whole Foods is a "game changer" for the food industry, Jim Cramer said.
With 11 million visitors its first year, Disneyland Shanghai is on pace to be the most profitable Disney park globally.
The University of Michigan will offer a tuition-free education for families earning less than $65,000. Here are other states with low costs.
Consumers may have more leverage in the used car market this summer, but that's not the only avenue to trim your bills.
Apple on Friday announced that former Sony television executives Jamie Erlicht and Zack Van Amburg are joining the company to oversee video programming.
CNBC digital producer Devin Hance spent time at the ATX East Convention looking for new tech. Here's what she found.
Homebuilders slowed down the pace of construction for the third straight month in May, a possible sign that the shortage of houses for sale might worsen.
Google may be charged up to 10 percent of its annual revenues.
A Jon Ossoff victory would offer Democrats a template on how to campaign in suburban swing districts as they try to erase the 24-seat Republican majority in the House.
The survey also finds that Trump has declining overall approval, but a better rating on his handling of the economy.
Jack Welch’s successor, Jeffrey R. Immelt, failed to capture the same leadership aura. But it may be that the idea of a conglomerate was unsustainable.
Sen. Ron Johnson's idea would eliminate incentives for corporations to move abroad without providing a windfall for the wealthy.
Google could be slapped with a fine of more than 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) as the EU begins the first stage of a three-pronged probe into the group’s search practices, the Financial Times reported.
Russia's Defense Ministry said Friday that al-Baghdadi, the Islamic State's leader, had been killed by air strikes on the Syrian city of Raqqa at the end of May.
Tourism is technically banned under the embargo, but Trump's policy reverses Obama-era, relaxed regulations that allowed Americans to visit Cuba.
Friday's market will be fixated on tech stocks and oil prices but could get a jolt of volatility from an options and futures expiration.
Analysts discuss the tech stocks continuing to slip and its impact on the market.
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The tax cuts in the Senate health-care bill would go to largely to the top 1 percent of earners.
As old fashioned stock picking falls out of style, hedge fund workers are embracing the technology aspect of the job.
Falling mortgage rates and rising home values are a tasty combination for homeowners, but millions are not biting.
Robert Profusek, Jones Day head of M&A, provides insight to vertical deals, Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods and the outlook on mergers and acquisition through the end of the year.
Seth Kaplan, Airline Weekly, weighs in on airline partnerships and Qatar Airways' desire to acquire ten-percent stake in American Airlines.
CNBC's Seema Mody provides a preview of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's meeting with President Donald Trump at the White House on Monday.