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The free-market views of Trump's newly designated FCC chief, Ajit Pai, are good for cable companies, Greg Maffei says.
The Verge trawls the Alexa app for some of the worst skills out there.
President Trump has effectively begun the process of killing one of Obamacare's greatest fantasies, says Jake Novak.
Lockheed Martin posted a 19.4 percent rise in quarterly sales, helped by higher revenue from the F-35 and Sikorsky helicopters businesses.
Gundlach predicted a weaker dollar and more demand for inflation-protected securities now that Donald Trump has "doubled down" on his stance regarding trade and securing jobs in America.
3M, the maker of Scotch tape and Post-it notes, reported an 11.3 percent increase in quarterly profit as the company kept a tight lid on costs.
"I want new plants to be built here for cars sold here!" Trump said in a tweet.
Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton collapsed on Monday while delivering his state-of-the-state address to legislators in St. Paul.
Travelers reported an 8.9 percent rise in quarterly net profit on Tuesday, helped by a rise in investment earnings and a gain from a dispute settlement.
Johnson & Johnson reported a 1.7 percent rise in fourth-quarter sales, due to a strong demand for its newer products.
The tech giant has also expanded its efforts into new areas, including cloud computing and entertainment.
Chemical and seed producer DuPont reported a quarterly profit, compared with a loss a year earlier when the company booked charges of $770 million.
A storm system that killed at least 21 people over the weekend was expected on Tuesday to bring heavy snow and wind gusts to the East Coast.
Corporate bosses are meeting with President Trump, hoping to affect policy and worrying that they could become a target of his tirades.
At the top of President Trump's meeting with congressional leaders Monday: Saying "illegals" voting deprived him of a victory in the popular vote.
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT) is looking to tap the expertise of aerospace experts.
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Robert Nardelli, former Chrysler chairman & CEO, discusses President Trump's meeting with auto CEOs.
Ford Motor CEO Mark Fields, General Motors CEO Mary Barra and Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne speak with the press following President Trump's meeting with the automaker CEOs.
Discussing the Trump policy ideas around trade and taxation, with Bill George, CNBC contributor and former Medtronic chairman & CEO, and Gary Hufbauer, former U.S. Treasury deputy assistant secretary for international trade.