President Trump promised to tear down the Washington establishment in his inaugural address and few other traditions, NBC News reports. » Read More
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Wealth managers are telling clients to defer their income and maximize their deductions before the president-elect takes office.
Donald Trump's presidential win spurred a market rotation like nothing investors had seen before, Citi strategist Steven Wieting tells CNBC.
Couples can no longer "file and suspend," but there are still tricks to get more from Social Security.
For people who hate Black Friday's long lines, there's Cyber Monday. Here's an option for people who hate both, Campsgiving.
In a video created and distributed by his transition team, Trump rehashed many of his policy pledges previously made on the campaign trail.
Pharmaceutical companies don't expect President-elect Donald Trump to continue the tough rhetoric on drug prices.
The tax rate on foreign cash, trade with China, encryption and high-skilled immigration are policy areas of concern for Apple.
Donald Trump's surprise win owes a considerable debt to Jared Kushner, who helped land his father-in-law the presidency.
Clinton's lead of about 1.7 million votes continues to increase, largely due to an influx of absentee ballots, reports USA Today.
Change is slow going at Apple, according to new data filed with the U.S. government. Recode reports.
KKR is buying Nissan-backed auto parts maker Calsonic Kansei for up to $4.5 billion in its biggest deal in Japan.
Correlations among S&P 500 stocks have fallen markedly, potentially creating an opportunity for skilled active managers.
The president-elect likely will find that peeling apart Dodd-Frank gradually will be easier than tearing it asunder.
Ever feel like the taxi ride from the airport costs more than the trip there? It's not your imagination.
Wisconsin Republicans tilted district maps in order to hamper Democrats and ultimately win state elections in 2012 and 2014, a federal court said.
President-elect Donald J. Trump invited the leading anchors and executives of television news to join him on Monday for a private meeting of minds.
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Here's President Trump's economic starting line.
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.