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The president asked why the American Civil War happened, according to an excerpt of an interview on SiriusXM.
Mnuchin says the White House wants to provide relief for middle-income earners, not the rich.
Tencent is looking to build a team of 20 for its AI research lab in Seattle.
As Twitter touts the growth of its video content and livestreaming service, its ambitions should raise some eyebrows.
How safe is the euro? That's tied to another question: Who will win the French presidential election?
Oil exporters in the Middle East will see their budget deficits shrink as austerity, taxes and stable oil prices begin to take effect, the IMF told CNBC.
Jefferies lowers its rating on Western Digital to hold, citing the risk of too much flash memory supply in the coming year.
But Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says it will probably take two years to get to 3 percent growth.
May Day Demonstrations and Celebrations from across the globe
It's flown largely under the radar so far, but a special congressional election in South Carolina on Tuesday may soon be getting a lot more attention.
Twitter said it streamed more than 800 hours of live content in the first quarter of this year, reaching 45 million viewers.
Morgan Stanley's wealth management business said it is lowering the commissions that brokers earn on stock trades, ETFs, and annuities.
In the past 20 years, "Managing Asia" has spoken with some of the top business leaders in the world to drill down the recipe for success.
David Rubenstein said big tax reform isn't easy to get done and tax cuts are probably the priority.
Asia markets closed mixed as traders parsed the RBA decision's to hold steady, key bank earnings in Australia and Singapore, and the dollar.
The CBOE Volatility Index (VIX), widely considered the best gauge of fear in the market, hit its lowest level since 2007.
Jim Cramer looks into the top tech players' earnings reports to find out what's next for the market-leading giants.
The American Health Care Act was introduced in the Republican-controlled house nearly two months ago. It's still sitting there.
The review site will combine with IAC's HomeAdvisor to create a new publicly traded company.
Facebook knows when teens are feeling "insecure," "worthless," "stressed" or defeated" — and it quietly shared that information with an advertiser.