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Donald Trump may not be perfect, but he'd be much better for the country than Hillary Clinton, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott says.
Ailing Tiger Woods said Monday he hopes to return to competitive golf soon, but he did not give a specific timeline.
As daily fantasy sports face more scrutiny in the U.S., the industry's small businesses are increasingly concerned about getting shut out.
A top former executive has a warning for corporate America.
Amazon worries unions will burden its operations, hurting the nimbleness of its facilities, The New York Times reports.
Google is unveiling its next big projects at the I/O conference Wednesday, including watches, VR, and cars, the Verge reports.
One analyst says J.C. Penney's sales shortfall is giving investors a chance to buy into its turnaround story.
The case involves a man whose wife died of a lung cancer-related brain tumor after smoking the company's low-tar cigarettes.
A monthly index of sentiment by the National Association of Home Builders registered 58 yet again in May, the same as April.
New equity crowdfunding rules will allow anyone to invest in restaurant start-ups, opening the universe up to new sources of finance.
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg gave a stirring commencement speech, focused on the subject of resiliency. The Verge reports.
Berkshire Hathaway has offered to be a potential finance partner for fellow billionaire Dan Gilbert's bid to buy Yahoo, Warren Buffett confirmed to CNBC.
Warren Buffett's investment company reduced its holdings in a number of big names, as well.
A majority of CFOs believe Hillary Clinton will destroy Donald Trump in the election, according to the CNBC Global CFO Council survey.
Manufacturing activity in New York State unexpectedly slumped in May, a New York Federal Reserve survey showed on Monday.
Transports stocks are down thanks to the underperformance of major airlines.
A key component of the JOBS Act comes into effect. It could generate a surge of tech deals.
While they make more frequent purchases and go out more often, young people generally spend less than older generations.
The market is underestimating the Fed's willingness to hike interest rates in June, strategists told CNBC.
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