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Emmitt Smith is building a business empire. His latest foray: an investment in The Gents Place, a men's grooming franchising chain.
Another Wall Street analyst is losing confidence in the once high-flying parent of Victoria's Secret.
Apple is reportedly building a brand new "completely rethought Mac Pro" in addition to new Apple-branded displays.
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It would have been better to start with tax reform or infrastructure, Sen. Bob Corker tells CNBC.
Tesla's stock hit a record high, moving its market capitalization past Ford.
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Trump's budget would necessitate a sharp cutback in enforcement and customer service at the IRS, NBC News reports.
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The retailer last year called off a proposed merger with rival Office Depot due to antitrust concerns.
Like nearly 40 million Americans, "Justin" gambled on college basketball this March.
The forms revealed how wealth undesrcores and defines the members of Trump's administration, Vox reports.
The beverage company is aiming to make its products resonate more with younger consumers and is taking a stance on social issues.
Apple's announcement to ditch the graphics chips designed by Imagination Technologies (IMG) could leave the door open for an acquisition.
BMO Capital Markets also upped Amazon's price target to $1200, and downgraded Alphabet to market perform.
Andy Puzder tells CNBC he's used to being attacked for conservative positions, but he's seen nothing like the vitriol as Labor secretary nominee.
The Commerce Department announced factory orders increased 1 percent in February after a 1.5 percent gain in January.
The provision requires insurers to cover the basics like prescriptions and hospitalization. The GOP wants to get rid of it, Vox reports.
White House officials made a new offer to conservative House Republicans late Monday on the GOP's failed health care bill, hoping to resuscitate a measure that crashed spectacularly less than two weeks ago.