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U.S. stocks closed lower Tuesday as investors eagerly awaited a speech from President Donald Trump while parsing through key economic data.
The iPhone maker's annual meeting will gather representatives of its 26,000 shareholders.
The S&P Case-Shiller CoreLogic Home Price Index rose 5.8 percent year over year in December.
The Verge reports Uber failed to get a permit to test the vehicles in California, instead sending the cars to another state.
Trump's administration has gotten off to a slow start. Just 15 members of his cabinet and team have won Senate confirmation, NBC News reports.
House Democrats hold a news conference to speak out on the importance of inclusion and equality in advance of President Trump's address to Congress.
The Information's interview with the CEO raises questions as to whether Magic Leap is as advanced as some people might think.
Growth slowed in the fourth quarter as previously reported, with robust consumer spending offset by downward revisions to business and government investment.
Taking a page from Wal-Mart's playbook, Target will invest its own cash to ensure it is "clearly and competitively priced every day."
In a CNBC interview, Kaplan says the Fed should move "sooner rather than later."
Target has been struggling to keep up with Wal-Mart.
Major U.S. corporations are going to war in Washington over a Republican "border adjustment" tax proposal meant to boost exports over imports.
On three critical parts of his agenda, Donald Trump has given limited or contradictory directions about what he expects Congress to do.
Snap Inc. disclosed that it expected investors buying up to a quarter of the shares in its $3.2 billion IPO to agree not to sell them for a year.
Morgan Stanley gave some clients incorrect tax information that caused some to underpay and others to overpay, according to a regulatory filing.
Amit Singhal, a highly regarded engineer in Silicon Valley, denied the claims after top execs at the search giant presented them to him.
Xiaomi has announced the launch of Surge 1, the telecom company's first in-house chipset, in an attempt to revive its ailing smartphone business.
Britain's economy could soar by as much as $29.4 billion a year if businesses eradicated ethnic inequality; report.
Media reports said accountant had been tweeting backstage shortly before he gave presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway the wrong envelope.
The world's largest retailer will begin rolling out two features to its mobile app that take aim at Target and Amazon's weaknesses.
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Hedge fund fees, which were taxed as income at rates as high as 45 percent, could be completely exempt from taxation.
A lawyer representing the family of a Russian whistleblower was reportedly thrown out of his Moscow apartment on Tuesday.
U.S. equities are headed for a 5 percent fall – at least – after suffering their biggest falls since the election of President Trump.
Box CEO Aaron Levie weighs in on the potential impacts of Trump policies on business.
The health care vote delay is simply a scheduling matter, CNBC's Eamon Javers reports.
At his meeting with trucker leaders at the White House, President Trump made remarks on the health care vote before its delay was announced.