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Voters are expected to pick Senators John McCain and Marco Rubio as their U.S. Senate nominees, but one name not on either ballot looms large.
It's been nothing short of awful this year for IPOs, but some are hopeful that the fall will see a flurry of activity.
The job market has is nearly at full strength and the pace of rate increases will depend on how well the economy is doing, the Fed Vice Chair said.
A CNBC reporter looked at nearly 4,000 pages released by the State Department of Clinton's daily schedule, offering a rare glimpse into her life.
Fox News struck back against ex-anchor Andrea Tantaros, filing a motion to move her sexual harassment lawsuit into arbitration, the NYT reports.
A new report from The Wall Street Journal says that 4 a.m. is the most productive time of the day. Here's why.
Some are questioning whether Mylan's generic EpiPen may net the drugmaker more revenue than the original version.
The tech giant has traditionally unveiled new devices at September events, ahead of the holiday season.
A dual-lens camera and a lack of a headphone jack are among the rumored changes to Apple's upcoming iPhone.
A $220 million, taxpayer-funded spaceport in New Mexico hopes to be home to big-time commercial space launches. Right now, it's pretty quiet.
The average national home price in June was $265,000 — within just 1.1 percent of a record high.
This is how interest rates and the stock market can go both higher, says a top portfolio manager at ClearBridge.
June marked 50 consecutive months of annual national home price appreciation, with prices up 33 percent from a bottom in 2012, says a new report.
With commitment and patience, financial advisors say there are ways to repair your financial situation and up your credit score.
Amazon is cracking down on counterfeits by charging merchants up to $1,500 to sell some of the most popular brands.
Washington College plans to match up to $2,500 in family tuition payments from college savings plans.
Fitbit introduces two new fitness trackers, software updates, new smartwatch accessories and in-app features.
Spending increased for a fourth straight month, pointing to a pickup in economic growth that could allow the Fed to raise rates this year.
There's a case for applying laws against profiteering to the drug industry, Dr. Joshua Sharfstein tells CNBC.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch sees markets swinging to a big supply deficit next year as demand remains robust, said Francisco Blanch.
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Tesla shares were down Thursday morning, but least two analysts who follow the stock have raised their price targets.
The company announced in-stream ads on Facebook Live and an expansion of video ad offerings for its Audience Network.
"There's only so much that Congress can process at the same time," said Alex Brill of the American Enterprise Institute.
At the Conservative Political Action Conference, President Donald Trump speaks about the delays on confirming his Cabinet and his meetings with industry leaders.
At the Conservative Political Action Conference, President Donald Trump speaks about investment in the country from corporations and the buildup of the military.
At the Conservative Political Action Conference, President Donald Trump speaks about regulations and taxes.