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With Apple set to report earnings Tuesday, a lot of Americans are about to get a raise if the dividend increases.
The entire tech boom in the past few months has really focused on the big companies, the CEO of the Aspen Institute said.
Goldman COO David Solomon told CNBC that while the economy still has strong points, a quick boost from Washington is not as promising.
This expat went on a tropical vacation in Belize then decided to stay and open his own upscale resort. International Living reports.
Dejian Zeng, who worked undercover at a Pegatron factory building iPhones, says assembly lines of US workers won't work.
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Two weeks ago, an appeals court ordered Trump's company to pay Enriquez for $32,000 worth of paint used in a golf-resort renovation, plus his legal fees. NBCNews reports.
A huge tax cut for the rich isn't in America's best interest, says Kyle Taylor.
The president does not mean to suggest that he'd trade away American jobs to curry favor with China, the Commerce secretary told CNBC.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Monday that it will probably take two years to get to 3 percent growth.
"I think they're aiming for something in the vicinity of $2.3 to $2.8 trillion," former Fed Chair Ben Bernanke tells CNBC.
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Even with a fractious OPEC holding firm on production cuts, oil prices and energy stocks can't go higher. Why?
Trump's responses to basic questions suggest he either doesn't understand how the AHCA works, or doesn't want to tell the truth about it.
Amazon will surpass Macy's this year to become what analysts predict is the largest seller of apparel in America, New York Times reports.
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KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said there's a good chance Apple will introduce its Amazon Echo competitor in June.
Auto elites want clarity about Trump's promises on infrastructure projects and regulations roll-backs, NBC News reports.
"I think the tax bill is in real trouble," David Wessel tells CNBC.