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President Trump may be Teflon, but markets are not, and for the first time since his election, there are doubts his pro-growth policies.
Lockheed Martin's CEO says NATO members are starting to "step up their own defense spending."
The charges would stem from a lengthy investigation into gifts District Attorney Seth Williams allegedly failed to report.
Press Secretary Sean Spicer holds his daily White House press briefing.
The news that the CFO was leaving, along with the updated guidance, sent shares of Cheetah Mobile down over 10 percent.
Gorsuch said he did not want to say anything that would signal how he would rule in a case he would face.
With Trump in the White House, tech companies should repatriate money parked overseas, early Uber investor Jason Calacanis told CNBC.
The Fed's latest rate hike will affect most credit cards within the next one or two billing cycles, NBC News reports.
The full House votes on the American Health Care Act on Thursday as a number of Republicans still oppose that bill.
The stress and relative shortage of planning also may be taking a broader toll on worker attitudes, USA Today reports.
"They're still learning about how they can influence AR," Loup Ventures managing partner Gene Munster said.
Alphabet-owned Google wants to make it easier for you to find products from local retailers through its Home Assistant.
This is the first Texan hotel boom in about a decade, New York Times reports.
Professionals are starting to worry that stock prices are getting out of hand compared with where they should be.
The atmosphere at a Eurozone meeting looked grim for its president, a Dutch finance minister, NYT reports.
An upcoming technology improvement will 'give the iPhone new life,' said UBS Managing Director Steve Milunovich on "Squawk on the Street."
The strong US dollar compared to the fragile yuan has made China's middle class a major force in the Brooklyn real estate market.
In an interview, McConnell urged Republican congressmen not to be on the wrong side of history as proposed health care legislation approaches a vote.
Ms. Trump recently said the trust was part of a voluntary pledge to follow rules placed on government employees, NY Times reports.
Preet Bharara, the former U.S. Attorney in Manhattan who was fired this month by President Donald Trump, will join New York University's law school.
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