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Microsoft's massive LinkedIn purchase should fray nerves at Google, and raise pressure on it to respond with an acquisition of its own.
The oil market's "real Achilles heel" is slowing economies in this region, says John Kilduff.
Britain has a "fixation" with next week's vote on whether the U.K. should exit the European Union trading block, Blackstone chief Steve Schwarzman tells CNBC.
Half of those polled also said the central bank is overly influenced by the latest economic data.
More U.S. public pension funds are looking to buy real assets for their portfolios, seeking cash-generating, stable investments amid low rates.
Charitable giving in the U.S. hit a record $373.3 billion in 2015, with individuals contributing more than two-thirds of that amount.
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The Florida gun dealer who sold a handgun and a rifle to the Orlando massacre suspect said Monday that his conscience is clear.
The connection between Dan Gilbert and Warren Buffett became evident with news that Buffett was backing Gilbert's surprise bid for Yahoo.
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The company unveiled a new Xbox One system, code named Project Scorpio, that greatly enhances the hardware power.
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Matthew Lewis is the 17-year-old president and founder of PhishTrain, a phishing education service.
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Brennan Hawken, UBS capital markets analyst, discusses the performance in financial stocks and what to expect for the sector under the Trump administration.
CNBC's Hampton Pearson reports on two decisions from the Supreme Court regarding insider trading and patent infringement.