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Ready or not, Trump is president on Friday, and Americans better brace themselves for change, Blackstone's Steve Schwarzman says.
Populist policies promised by Trump may boost the American economy in the short run, but they pose a danger down the road, says Summers.
Refinance volume rose 7 percent for the week, spurred by HUD saying the FHA would lower its insurance premium by 25 basis points.
Nouriel Roubini, the economist often known as "Doctor Doom," believes that President-elect Donald Trump's policy mix doesn't make sense.
Bridgewater's Ray Dalio says politics are now more important to the economy than central banking in influence.
The rise of populism across developed nations is now more important than central banks for global market participants, Ray Dalio has said.
Americans don't like how much Donald Trump loves Twitter, according to a new poll.
More than half of entrepreneurs say they have held off on hiring new employees as a result.
Pfizer says the solution to high drug prices is increase competition.
Roberto Azevêdo, the director-general at the World Trade Organization (WTO), has delivered a defense of global trade.
Christine Lagarde is still incredulous as to why no one listened to her warnings on income equality and the effects that it could lead to.
Consumer inflation is likely to be above 2 percent for the first time in more than two years, but what's on Twitter Wednesday could matter more.
Several attorneys general are urging a federal judge to reject a proposed class action settlement involving allegedly defective Remington rifles.
EC refuses to comment on the U.K.'s Brexit proposals until Article 50 is triggered, according to the European Commission Vice President.
Betsy DeVos, education secretary nominee, faced tough questions from Democratic lawmakers, NBC News reports.
Spain will act reasonably in Brexit talks, Economy Minister Luis de Guindos told CNBC at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Wednesday.
The CEO of the world's largest shipping firm by capacity has given his unique insight into the rebound seen in global shipping prices in the last few months.
There is a shortage of technical high-skilled workers in the United States, the CEO of Indian outsourcing firm has told CNBC.
Joseph Jimenez, CEO of Novartis, played down some of the negative comments that Donald Trump has made towards large pharma firms
Donald Trump begins his presidency facing opposition from a majority of Americans, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.