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Former U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon, once considered front-runner to be the next South Korean president, ruled out a run for the job on Wednesday.
"Repatriation is front and center. That is good for the country and Apple," Apple CEO Tim Cook told CNBC.
Jim Cramer expected Donald Trump to walk into his meeting with pharma executives with a baseball bat. Instead, he jawboned them.
One year ago today, the WHO declared Zika an international public health emergency and global infections are still on the rise.
Check out which stocks posted moves after the bell on Tuesday.
A prominent conservative Christian leader on Tuesday expressed confidence that Trump will still take executive action to uphold "religious liberty."
President Donald Trump is pushing drugmakers to lower prices and manufacture in the U.S., but one CEO told CNBC on Tuesday the business is "complicated."
Retailers are keeping an eye out for specific guidelines regarding the Republican proposed border tax and its consequences for consumers.
More than 11.6 million people had signed up by mid-January for Obamacare plans sold on government marketplaces.
The so-called border adjustment tax will increase demand for U.S. oil and raise gasoline prices, Jeff Currie said.
She said this harsher immigration climate is "particularly unforgiving for women," Recode reports.
The billionaire investor says it was "in large part" his decision.
Packages may have made it under the tree in time for Christmas this year, but UPS failed to deliver for investors.
Apple shipped 78.3 million iPhones in the last quarter of 2016.
While iPhones still account for the majority of Apple's sales, CEO Tim Cook's effort to diversify into services is gaining traction.
The bond market has suffered in the months since the U.S. election, but one trader is making a bull case for Treasurys.
Conservatives are beginning to worry that Trump's Supreme Court pick won't give them what they want, says Vox's Dylan Matthews.
Slack is going after big corporations with its popular chat service as it faces competition from Microsoft.
The $12 billion athletic-wear maker needs to put the focus back on performance rather than share classes, says Breakingviews.
The former acting Attorney General comes from a long line of groundbreaking Southern lawyers.