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The NYSE floated an unusual investment vehicle Friday that is a bet on energy industry executive Steve Chazen.
The American Hotel & Lodging Association believes that the booking companies are monopolistic and is looking to lobby against them, according to Bloomberg.
"I hate cash," the Berkshire Hathaway CEO tells CNBC. "But it's a holding position until you find something else."
The White House has fired its chief usher, Angella Reid, who was the first woman to hold the job.
Since joining Berkshire Hathaway, stock pickers Ted Weschler and Todd Combs have grown increasingly important to Warren Buffett.
Saudi Arabia's export levels have blunted the impact of OPEC's production cut deal, ClipperData's Matt Smith said.
Quality of work is more important than quantity, says the best-selling author.
The president signed the bill Friday afternoon while at his golf club in New Jersey.
Seattle rejected a hedge fund investors' offer to build a stadium — then fell short of its private-funding goals, Vocativ reports.
The SLV is down again and could be heading toward a 15th-straight day of decline.
Customer service calls are infuriating. Use this email strategy to get your way, NBC News reports.
In advance of the 22nd annual Sohn Conference next week, CNBC calculated how last year's picks stacked up.
Senate Democrats should ditch the hyperbole and focus on getting more GOP concessions in the health care bill, says Jake Novak.
President Donald Trump is alienating the critical U.S. ally and trading partner at precisely the wrong time.
Female National Front supporters could quite possibly tip the balance toward's France's hard-right, NBC News reports.
The move is an effort to prevent ads from being placed next to offensive content.
The price gap varies by a lot depending on where you live.
HBO is taking security of its hits show Game of Throne's creative material even more seriously, The Verge reports.
20-somethings are finally joining the workforce in bigger numbers, writes Breakingviews' Gina Chon.
April's surprise drop in unemployment to a 10-year low and strong hiring eases some of the worst fears that the economy hit a rut.