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Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas shares his views on Tesla in an interview Monday on CNBC's "Power Lunch."
Hall said he's "not super optimistic" about Apple's software ambitions.
Jim McCrery watched as the House stumbled on an issue he specialized in as a conservative Republican.
Trump did many things wrong in health care failure, but this was the biggest mistake of all, says Jake Novak.
Bill Gross also gets a "Founders Room" named after him, Pimco says.
Study finds that a good sense of humor improves your status in the workplace.
By one measure, investors are more bullish than they've been in three years, according to a new report from Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
An experiment may solve a serious limitation facing lab-grown human tissue transplants.
RBC predicts Snap will grow sales by 105 percent annually through 2019.
Republicans last week canceled a planned vote on an Obamacare replacement plan after it became clear that the bill would fail.
Monday's market action amounted to a benign volley in a series of shots Wall Street is sending Washington: Get your act together, or else.
Despite ACHA's failure, Trump has signaled that he does not plan to defend Obamacare or its provisions, NBC reports.
Earnings season is coming up in April and it should be "pretty good," according to Morgan Stanley's Andrew Slimmon.
United Airlines reportedly removes girls for wearing leggings, and paid the price on Twitter, Recode reports.
Apple cider vinegar drinks are the latest health trend, but you might want to consult your doctor before making it part of your routine.
A billionaire doctor who's been spotted with Trump promoted a questionable therapy on his Twitter, STAT News reports.
Mark Yusko sees crude falling even further — but not before ending the year near $60 a barrel.
Trump supporters are quicker to blame Congressional gridlock or obstructionist Democrats for the failed ACHA bill, STAT reports.
Here's what the pros are doing about the market's turnaround.
Some analysts and U.S. oil producers fear Keystone XL will depress crude prices by adding to an already oversupplied global market.