The White House wants to increase labor market competition and wage growth in the US by reining in "noncompete agreements."
Global bond yields are rising at a rapid clip as traders try to adjust to the idea of a world that isn't flush with easy money from central banks.
Sources told Bloomberg that the development raises the question whether the deal will go through.
Bristol-Myers Squibb CEO Giovanni Caforio told CNBC on Thursday he is confident in the company's pipeline and its portfolio.
If the Green Party can get just 5% of the vote, it will be a huge win for change, writes Green Party candidate Jill Stein.
Tesla's third-quarter earnings results had something for both bulls and bears.
Trump ally Roger Stone has vowed to check the validity of election results by setting up his own exit-polling operation, NBC News reports.
Although "voter suppression" sounds ominous, the tactics are just advertising aimed at turning targeted groups away from Clinton.
If you and your partner spar over money, you're not alone, NBC News reports.
Shares of CenturyLink jumped Thursday after a report that it is in advanced talks to merge with Level 3 Communications.
After Melissa Ben-Ishay lost her job, she found her passion.
Despite reports that Apple's car initiative may be on the fritz, the company still has plenty to focus on.
"The Money Wizard" puts away 60% of his income and expects to have $750,000 by 37.
If Donald Trump is elected president, it will be exceedingly harmful to markets, bad for our economy, and could help drive the nation back into a recession, says former CFTC Commissioner Bart Chilton.
Randall L. Stephenson has a vision for the future if regulators approve AT&T's $85.4 billion bid for Time Warner, the New York Times reports.
After falling to the lowest level in 50 years, the U.S. homeownership rate bounced up slightly in the third quarter of this year.
Twitter is killing off Vine, the app it once hoped would complement its text-based network with a vibrant community of independent creators.
The behemoth super PAC backing Hillary Clinton is targeting two vulnerable Republican senators in the final push to Election Day.
The AT&T-Time Warner merger raises questions of whether a deal this big will benefit consumers, Sen. Richard Blumenthal said.