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Harley chief executive Matt Levatich publicly supported the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a sweeping 12-nation free trade agreement that Trump scrapped.
It's probably code for less immigration, Vox reports.
Meet the new disruptors: Middle-aged men who still behave like adolescents, writes National Review's Kevin Williamson.
Trump has publicly endorsed some form of a border tax, but has not explicitly supported the House version.
Trump may want to succeed on comprehensive immigration reform where Bush and Obama failed — but the same roadblocks could prevail, writes Vox's Dara Lind.
Lowe's same-store sales benefited from strength across products, prices and geographies.
Workday's CEO is hoping Oracle's acquisition of NetSuite could have customers knocking on his door.
The co-founder of Microsoft thinks that together he and Musk could do some real good.
President Donald Trump and Republican lawmakers want to increase the tax advantages for accounts that will help you pay for health care.
Shanghai last year experienced the biggest annual price increase for prime residential real estate.
The governing bodies will allow for a six-month comment period, USA Today reports.
But Dalio says he expects to stay "until I die or until those running Bridgewater don't want me anymore."
Trump drew praise for his optimistic tone, but Main Street's reaction to the speech was mixed.
The media empress said she didn't think she had the experience for the office until President Donald Trump ran and won the election.
President Donald Trump maintained a nonpolarizing tone in his speech to Congress, Cramer says.
The stock slid sharply in morning trading before rebounding to climb about 1 percent higher Wednesday.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick will turn into one of those legendary CEO's that we have seen like Bill Gates, like Larry Ellison, said Jason Calacanis, an early investor in Uber.
You have to get people angry to tame the national debt, former Sen. Alan Simpson tells CNBC.
The chain is funding two sustainable beef pilot programs in the U.S., following years of tests in Canada, Europe, and Brazil, Eater reports.
"We've got to be sure we do keep our focus on our fiscal house," Republican Sen. Rob Portman tells CNBC.