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Here's the powerful new tactic lobbyists are using to the bitter fight against rising wages, says Christine Owens.
Martin Schneider and his subordinate both recently wrote about the experiment.
Americans should expect to see major infrastructure improvements, longtime Trump friend and fellow real estate mogul Richard LeFrak says.
An annual income of $672,795 would put you at the top in New York City.
The recent weakness in crude oil could prove to be a positive for equities, according to one chart-minded strategist.
The billionaire and voracious reader admits he was even moved to tears.
Jim Cramer says oil prices could be a self-fulfilling prophecy and explains the cause of the recent massive liquidation.
Ideological disagreements from both Republicans and Democrats might sink a reform of the Affordable Care Act, NBC News reports.
J.C. Penney CEO Marvin Ellison said it would boost its tax structure from roughly a 34 percent corporate tax rate to over 170 percent.
The markets are now at the mercy of the actions of the four major central banks, says Peter Boockvar.
"We are now in the very early stages" of tweaking NAFTA, Ross says.
But that didn't stop Trump from taking a victory lap.
Evercore ISI predicts Yum Brands will return nearly $7 billion in capital to shareholders during the next three years.
The term "animal spirits" describes how human emotion drives consumer confidence.
This BBC interview can teach you how to keep your composure, no matter what.
Experts tell CNBC why "animal spirits" are driving the market higher.
Using Kensho, CNBC PRO found the best S&P 500 historic performer when the jobs report beats the Street.
This week's health-care rollout couldn't have gone worse for Republicans, but there may be a way to save it, NBC News reports.
One of Trump's priorities is to expand the Navy. That likely means more jobs for shipbuilders after years of stagnation.
Trump pressed his Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin, and the head of his Gary Cohn, to move quickly on deregulatory ideas offered by the bankers.