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Former professional golfer David Feherty shares his best tips for making a deal on the golf course.
Former Goldman Sachs CEO Jon Corzine is getting ready to return to Wall Street and it's all because of Trump. The New York Times reports.
"Every new president comes in with the Saudis with high expectations," Robert Jordan tells CNBC.
U.S. equities closed higher on Friday as concerns about Donald Trump's presidency recede for the time being.
For some high school seniors, putting college on hold could be just the right thing.
Apple, Verizon and other companies are lobbying against New York legislation that would require them to release repair guides.
Saudi Arabian investors are confident over future business opportunities with the U.S. following President Donald Trump's visit over the weekend.
Democrats are becoming wary of focusing too much on Trump's scandals — and not enough on policy and voters, NBC News reports.
A vintage Rolex wristwatch sold at Phillips in Geneva for $5,060,427, becoming the most expensive Rolex ever auctioned.
House leaders haven't sent their health-care bill to the Senate as they await a Congressional Budget Office score, NBC News reports.
Establishing foreign policy with Russia is not a crime, says Andrey Kostin, VTB president and CEO.
Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman "orchestrated, arranged and agreed to all of this," Princeton University's Bernard Haykel tells CNBC.
Uber has threatened to fire an engineer accused by Alphabet's self-driving Waymo unit of stealing confidential documents in a high profile trade secrets case between the two companies, according to a court filing.
A huge security operation has been launched during Donald Trump's visit to Jerusalem and Bethlehem. NBCNews reports.
Owners with potentially defective Takata air bags are eligible for financial assistance in getting their vehicles fixed and up to $500 in compensation. USAToday reports.
Swedish prosecutors said they would drop a preliminary investigation into an allegation of rape against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Russian executives hoping to prevent past business transactions with Trump from becoming public knowledge will get found out sooner or later: Academic.
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov said on Friday that a U.S.-coalition strike in Syria on May 17 had hit civilians and was unacceptable, Russian news agencies reported.
The Trump administration faced growing calls Thursday for a forceful response to violence by Turkish presidential guards on American soil, who were briefly detained this week but then set free.
Diplomatic relations between America and Russia have deteriorated to such an extent that contacts have become extremely paranoid, says Sberbank CEO.
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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.
Falling mortgage rates and rising home values are a tasty combination for homeowners, but millions are not biting.
Tom Price, Health and Human Services secretary, talks about the benefits of the GOP's health-care plan and addresses concerns about cuts in the current Medicaid program.
Tom Price, Health and Human Services secretary, addresses concerns about the Republican's health-care bill, including cuts in Medicaid.
Tom Price, Health and Human Services secretary, discusses the benefits of the Senate's bill on health-care reform versus the Affordable Care Act.