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Foreign money could be distorting global cities' housing markets, to the detriment of lifelong residents, N.Y. Times reports.
The founder of SkyBridge Capital is set to take over as communications director following months of speculation and false starts.
The iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology Index ETF is on pace for its fourth-straight day of gains.
Athenahealth CEO sounded an upbeat tone about the company's efforts to address activist shareholder demands for more financial discipline.
Wall Street has had mixed reactions so far to the prospect that tax cuts would substitute for real reform.
As Shkreli's trial ends its fourth week, fraying nerves have led to sniping between lawyers.
"Lawmakers are going to progressively put more scrutiny on these companies."
The AMA told senators its better to fix Obamacare, not repeal it.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer resigned after opposing Trump's appointment of Anthony Scaramucci as communications director.
The White House is conducting an on-camera press conference just hours after Sean Spicer abruptly resigned as press secretary.
Trump intends to sign an executive order for a broad "whole of government" review of the defense industrial base.
Shoppers are buying store brands more today than ever before. That trend could only continue as retailers grow their online offerings.
Ford is trying to avoid a recall of 2.2 million vehicles after Japanese supplier Takata said the vehicles may have potentially defective inflators.
Sephora will roll out Sephora Studios across the U.S., with the first location opening in Boston this week.
Uber's chief U.S. rival is opening its own autonomous driving facility in Palo Alto, California, and creating its own self-driving team.
Wall Street was spending a half-billion dollars on Mallinckrodt drug with limited evidence of effectiveness, N.Y. Times reports.
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CNBC's Meg Tirrell discusses Google's efforts to stop the Zika virus.
Adonis Hoffman, former FCC advisor, and Barry Sine, Drexel Hamilton, discuss allegations that Verizon was slowing down video streaming on Netflix.