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"Uber should support work events in which alcohol is not a strong component," an investigation said.
While it may not sound like much, the Fed's move to hike its benchmark interest rate target up a quarter point will have ramifications.
In a passionate opening statement, the attorney general flatly denied his involvement with the Russian efforts to interfere in the 2016 election.
Massive expansions underway at top US airports will result in increased costs to carriers and ultimately bring higher fares.
Equities in Asia closed mostly lower after the release of retail sales and FAI numbers out of China and ahead of the Fed's rates decision.
Marissa Mayer is officially out at Yahoo. Here's her full farewell email to staff.
Just 5 percent of the children in the United States lack insurance, down from 15 percent in 1997.
Boeing will lay off 50 executives by year's end as it looks to streamline the oversight process.
Sessions said his rationale for cutting himself out of the Russia investigation was a Justice Department regulation.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions testified that he left President Donald Trump and then-FBI Director James Comey alone for a private talk.
The full interview with Janus Henderson portfolio manager Bill Gross.
Rep. Meadows called the border adjustment tax the "one stumbling block" keeping tax reform from moving forward in Congress.
CNBC's America's Top States for Business has a new factor: President Trump's egging of all 50 states into a business dealmaking war.
"[I]f we are going to work on Uber 2.0, I also need to work on Travis 2.0 to become the leader that this company needs and that you deserve."
Gallup's daily tracking poll shows disapproval of Trump's job at 60%, a new high.
One of the biggest bulls on the street Jonathan Golub explained today on Power Lunch why he raised his price target for the S&P 500 to 2,600 from 2,500, representing 7 percent upside from Friday's close.
The reversal came after an uproar from journalists and lawmakers alike.
There's a test that can solve the problem.
Howard Silverblatt believes investors need to stop worrying over day-to-day moves in the stock market to achieve investing success.
American charitable giving in 2016 jumped nearly 3 percent from 2015 to $390 billion.