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China nearly quadrupled its U.S. real estate play in just one year. As China's economy and stock market spiral, will that help or hurt here?
Americans may still not feel great about the economy, but they are not likely to be desperate for change, Politico's Ben White says.
Turns out they're not so different, most millionaires said their No. 1 priority for 2016 was to build up their retirement savings.
Trump's campaign tried to bar anyone who didn't pledge their support from attending his rally in Vermont. NBCNews reports.
The U.S. economy closed out 2015 with a huge round of job creation.
Closely followed investor Dennis Gartman puts a timetable on his call that U.S. stocks are in a bear market.
The record-breaking Powerball jackpot just got higher. The prize for Saturday night's drawing has jumped to $800 million.
Ford is reporting record sales of about 1.1 million vehicles in China last year.
The JPMorgan Health Care Conference, which kicks off next week, could take on a more muted tone than in previous years.
The Dow saw its worst start to a year ever, but according to one widely followed technician, it's about to get much worse for stocks.
The government said the unemployment rate was steady in December. But what's the real unemployment rate?
A German lawmaker has called for Donald Trump to be banned from entering the country, arguing his comments on Muslims incite racial hatred.
The doctor who transplanted a heart into United CEO Oscar Munoz says the heart is functioning well and he is optimistic about a full recovery.
China volatility. Oil selling off. Geopolitical tensions. The year did not get off to a good start for investors.
Shareholders could push media company Time Warner to sell itself or spin off its lucrative HBO business, the New York Post reported late on Thursday.
Investors dumped stocks and fled for the safety of bonds in the week to Jan. 6, which saw $2.3 trillion wiped off global equity markets.
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Lew defends the Obama administration's economic record, insisting that the past eight years have seen real gains.
Higher-wage workers care more about advancement then work-life balance or even pay, according to Glassdoor.
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Jim Cramer says he wasn't scared by the sell-off in bank stocks.
The "Fast Money" traders give you 6 ways to trade media companies in 2017.
Jim Cramer reviews comments from Donald Trump, and what it means for stocks going into Inauguration Day.