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Even if President Trump's budget fails to pass Congress, the science and technology community is suffering from the uncertainty.
The unemployment rate fell to 4.5 percent in March, the Labor Department said Friday. But that ignores information just below the surface.
Germany's struggling Deutsche Bank says it has completed its effort to raise $8.5 billion from investors through the sale of new shares.
Economists expect to see 180,000 new jobs for March, a strong report with strength in manufacturing but some impact from bad weather.
A U.S. missile strike in Syria came in response to a chemical attack, which Washington says was carried out by the Syrian government.
Russia said in 2013 it would remove Syria's arsenal of chemical weapons, Theodore Kattouf tells CNBC.
Trump accepted his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping's invitation to visit China, the official Xinhua news agency said on Friday, citing officials.
The Fede recognizes the substantial infrastructure spending plans pledged by Trump as the real pillar to the economy, Nomura's chief economist told CNBC.
California's $54 billion spending plan to fix roads cleared a major hurdle and could be a boon for construction firms.
The former U.S. attorney joked that he has not grown a post-employment beard since being ousted last month.
Oil prices hit a one-month high after the United States attacked a Syrian government airbase, sending shockwaves through global markets.
Okta's IPO will value the company at $1.5 billion, after the company sold shares at the top end of its range.
Hillary Clinton just admitted to a schadenfreude moment after the GOP's health-plan failure.
Gurley has become an evangelist of responsible start-up growth.
"I am looking at doing interesting things," Clinton said in an interview at the Women in the World conference.
Stephanie Link said on CNBC's "Closing Bell" on Thursday investors need to stop focusing on headlines.
"I am deeply concerned about what went on with Russia," Clinton said at the Women in the World conference.
President Donald Trump should "restrain himself" and build a relationship with Chinese President Xi Jinping, Bill Richardson said.
Premium hikes would be higher in states that did not expand their Medicaid programs under Obamacare.
In March, the Justice Department asked Preet Bharara and 45 other federal prosecutors to resign. When Bharara resisted, he was fired.
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