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Deere on Thursday announced plans to acquire privately held construction-equipment maker Wirtgen Group.
The Russian government should ensure all state-owned oil companies are privatized over the next 7-8 years, according to Alexei Kudrin.
The Trump administration has rolled out a new questionnaire for U.S. visa applicants that asks for social media handles for the last five years and biographical information going back 15 years.
The state of Connecticut has been trying to woo health insurer Aetna with incentives to stay in the state, Governor Dannel Malloy said on Wednesday.
Florida authorities released dashcam video showing Tiger Woods being questioned by police during an incident that ended with the golf star being charged with driving under the influence.
U.S. paints and coatings maker PPG Industries will not launch a formal bid for Dutch peer Akzo Nobel after repeated informal offers were rejected, it said.
Stocks are near record highs, a sharp contrast with the bond market, where interest rates have been sinking on worries that growth will not pick up.
China's government said it is "gravely concerned" about the arrival of four new THAAD rocket launchers in South Korea.
Russians may have witnessed national interest rates on a steep path lower in recent years, but the governor of the central bank has suggested that more cuts could come.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was interviewed by Recode at the 2017 Code Conference.
Philanthropist Laurene Powell Jobs, widow of Apple founder Steve Jobs, and Sen. Kamala Harris of California will speak at Code Conference Wednesday night.
Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes says current Net Neutrality rules favor technology companies.
Blood transfusions from teen-agers might sound like science fiction, but it's happening.
Uber reported a loss of $708 million in the first quarter, and finance chief Gautam Gupta is leaving.
A diverse group of economic reports on jobs, car sales, and manufacturing activity should provide a good look at the May economy.
Shares of Palo Alto Networks surged after hours on better-than-expected third-quarter results.
President Donald Trump would score some political points by backing out of the Paris Agreement, but would rile U.S. allies.
Hillary Clinton spoke from the annual Code Conference in California.
In China, almost 30 percent of the time spent in apps in a day is on WeChat, according to data in Mary Meeker's latest report.
There are too many indicators that suggest the U.S. economy has still got further to go, Jerry Castellini told CNBC.
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China's banking regulator is investigating how the country's top overseas deal makers are borrowing money, according to multiple media reports.
The tax cuts in the Senate health-care bill would go to largely to the top 1 percent of earners.
As old fashioned stock picking falls out of style, hedge fund workers are embracing the technology aspect of the job.
Chartmaster Carter Worth takes a look at industrials with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
CNBC's Dominic Chu talks about what to expect when Nike reports quarterly results with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
With the comeback in older tech stocks, one trader's call on Oracle comes true.