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Hire people, not resumes.
National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn asks South Korean President Moon Jae-in for help in working with China.
Wheat futures soared more than 3 percent on Friday as drought worsened in a key growing region.
The epic unraveling at Uber is a wake up call, says former 'Silicon Valley' producer and 'Disrupted' author, Dan Lyons.
Analysts are picking up on how Nike's apparel business is performing, noticing that clothing sales slowed in the fourth quarter.
"I think" is just one of them.
A handful of the world's best cities also qualify as affordable.
The Oracle of Omaha invested in Bank of America when it was struggling in the wake of the financial crisis.
The self-made millionaire says many grads make the same mistake.
Some of the tech sectors' highest-quality names aren't far off from their all-time highs, Mark Mahaney says.
Big institutions might have more flexibility to lend, a major factor in promoting the long-term growth of businesses, N.Y. Times reports.
Shares of Micron Technology fell on Friday, dragging the broader chips sector lower.
Trump's vicious attacks on Twitter against Amazon and others may seem harmless but they could have serious consequences.
Many Americans consider themselves middle class even if their paycheck says otherwise.
Trump meets with South Korea's Moon, says the era of strategic patience with North Korea "is over."
These factors are contributing to the slight increase in the homeownership rate – and whether it's likely to continue, U.S. News reports.
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"People would worry about trade wars and where we are going from there," Art Cashin tells CNBC.
The government had planned to share data with researchers on patients enrolled in Medicare Advantage health plans but didn’t, ProPublica reports.