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"When you try to find the motive, it's hard to understand," Leo Taddeo, a former FBI agent, tells CNBC.
The sooner you start saving, the better, if you want to buy a home.
Several potential jurors were excused for comments about Shkreli, including "a very evil man," "a snake," or "the price gouger."
Steel stocks climbed Tuesday amid reports the Trump administration could soon impose tariffs on foreign steel companies.
Tesla's reported plan to develop a streaming music service is a good way to hedge against future risks, says one analyst.
GOP senators say they would vote against advancing the Senate Republican plan to replace Obamacare.
The company plans to appeal the fine and penalties levied against it by the EU on Tuesday.
Oil prices surged on Tuesday, as traders covered short positions and anticipated a drop in U.S. crude inventories.
NCR has evolved from a hardware company to one specializing in software for retailers.
Grocery chain Kroger's CEO, Rodney McMullen, joined CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" for an exclusive interview Tuesday morning.
The only thing that will change Google's behavior is regulation, Roger McNamee says.
If Trump's tax reform plan becomes law, most — if not all — taxpayers will see changes, Motley Fool reports.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch has added Tiffany & Co. to their US 1 list in anticipation of new leadership, positive growth.
European regulators handed Alphabet a fine of 2.4 billion euros (about $2.7 billion), the record-breaking result of a seven-year-long investigation.
Nelson Dellis shares his top trick to improve memory and brain power.
Google said it expects to accrue the EU's record $2.7 billion antitrust fine during Q2 2017.
Avoid these common mistakes that sabotage your car's trade-in value, U.S. News reports.
The Oracle of Omaha bought shares of Cities Service for $38 apiece in 1942.
"The reversal yesterday was a bit ugly," Art Cashin tells CNBC.
The company’s Watson team is embarking on a lobbying push to address what it sees as an incorrect, “dystopian” view of AI.