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Being "results-oriented" is a flaw, not a boast, says Tommy Angelo.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will have to tread carefully in South Korea and China as he initiates talk of aggressive measures against North Korea.
Shares of luxury jewelry maker Tiffany & Co. rose after the company outpaced Wall Street estimates.
Among some of the cities hit hardest is Detroit, which Trump implied during his campaign had nothing to lose, NBC News reports.
Online shopping and other e-commerce sales go down during big snowstorms. It's counter-intuitive because people actually buy more when they're at work.
Buy on the prospect of deregulation. Sell on the enactment of deregulation.
Heading into its opening weekend, Disney's live-action remake of "Beauty and the Beast" has already broken records.
A Bernstein media analyst makes an interesting analogy in his very bullish analysis of Netflix.
Several countries are developing weapons based on nanotechnology that could unleash attacks with mini-nukes and insect-like lethal bots.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Wells Fargo's board will likely take further action on the bank's former head of the community bank.
Nintendo to double the production of its Switch console due to high demand
These young ventures didn't make CNBC's inaugural Upstart 25 list, but they deserve an honorable mention for their impressive business plan.
The secretive Silicon Valley firm would interfere with planned share sales and steer business to a favored broker, an explosive new lawsuit claims.
Being linked to a president whose incoming approval ratings were at a historic low may not burnish the firm’s image, New York Times reports.
Economist expected the University of Michigan's Consumer Sentiment Index to hit 97 in March, according to Thomson Reuters.
A Japanese venture hopes to reap millions by being an interstellar garbage collector for dead satellites in space.
Dr. David Shulkin tells CNBC he saw things that should give Americans confidence the country takes this very seriously.
One trader thinks gold's run isn't done, and he predicts how high the yellow metal could go.
Cohn's sale of Chinese stock comes amid ongoing tension between his new boss and the Asian country, NY Times reports.