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Carl Paladino is facing backlash and calls for his resignation for crude comments disparaging the Obamas. NBCNews reports.
Ethics lawyers say Icahn, who controls refiner CVR Energy, could violate conflicts law if he advises Donald Trump on an EPA rule.
Starting Friday, Starbucks will be giving away free tall espresso beverages at more than 1,000 locations through Jan. 2 (except for Dec 25.)
The state's legislature ignores what's clearly in the best economic interests of the state because they can, NBC News reports.
Trump, in a accompanying statement, said he hoped both countries could "live up to these thoughts."
She's acknowledged that the flip side of being a woman in politics could've kept her out of the White House entirely, NBC News reports.
The Index of Consumer Sentiment hit 98.2 in December, the University of Michigan reported on Friday.
The Commerce Department said on Friday new home sales increased 5.2 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 592,000 units last month.
Donald Trump called for a nuclear arms race, one day after tweeting that the U.S. must "greatly" strengthen and expand America's nuclear capability.
Speaking at an annual end-of-year news conference, Putin said that the party needed to learn how to lose gracefully.
The properties up for grabs could include the their $90 million penthouse at One57.
A Cardinal Health unit has agreed to pay $10 million to resolve claims that it failed to report suspiciously large orders of addictive painkillers.
A handful of companies consistently rely on their holiday quarters for at least 30 percent of their annual sales.
With the help of an app, an Aira agent can see the users' surroundings and verbally walk the user through what's around them.
The young tech entrepreneur suggests "cheat codes" for work.
It's not too late! There is still time to make a few tried-and-true financial moves to lower your tax bill before ringing in 2017.
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Jim Cramer sat down with top executives on how they foresee business under President Trump.
Jim Cramer eyed an Apple player that blew the doors off its quarterly report on a day filled with political headlines.