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The numbers and talking points Wall Street is watching as Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase and others report fourth-quarter earnings.
Citizens of countries around the world watched for clues on how the new Trump administration would impact their lives, NBC News reports.
Stocks fell on Thursday after President-elect Donald Trump disappointed investors during his first news conference since July.
California's powerful storms bring a major improvement in water supplies, leaving more than 40 percent of the state free of drought.
A Canadian enforcement agency announced today that Amazon will pay a $1 million fine for what could be construed as misleading pricing practices. Recode reports.
Investors have been over-confident to the point of complacency in the aftermath of Donald Trump's surprise election victory; analyst.
Nutella is fighting back against claims that a key ingredient in the hazelnut and chocolate spread may cause cancer, USA Today reports.
If your refund is delayed this year, you can thank the IRS — and identity thieves.
President-elect Donald Trump said Wednesday that he had said no to a $2 billion deal from luxury property developer Damac Properties to avoid any conflicts of interest.
James Clapper said he spoke with Donald Trump, telling him the intelligence community didn't leak information about an unverified memo.
Christopher Steele is a former officer in Britain's Secret Intelligence Service, according to people familiar with his career.
The Senate voted early Thursday to take the first real step toward repealing Obamacare — a top goal of congressional Republicans.
An aide to a Florida congressman who was wheeled out of the Capitol on a stretcher Wednesday says he "did not suffer a heart attack."
Thursday will be noisy with Fed speakers and confirmation hearings for Cabinet-level nominees for the Trump administration.
The online media company is out with T-shirts, bumper stickers, and yes, garbage cans referencing the quote.
Scott Kupor of Andreessen Horowitz says that making it easier and more attractive for companies to go public will lead to job creation.
Silicon Valley just doesn't have enough sex and that's why the rest of the U.S. tolerates it, a friend of Thiel told the billionaire investor.
Rex Tillerson said action should be taken on climate change, but hedged on U.S. commitment to international agreements.
Police departments are testing new camera technology to record confrontations with suspects — gun-mounted cameras.
Shkreli, who is accused of securities fraud, is free on $5 million bail, and normally must stay in New York.
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Wal-Mart will begin rolling out two features to its mobile app that take aim at Target and Amazon's weaknesses.
The Pentagon delivered a new plan on how to speed up the war against ISIS, which is likely to include adding more troops
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CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest headlines including Sterling Jewelers facing a sexual-harassment lawsuit.
Target invests in itself in order to compete and win in the retail game.