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Economic and policy analysts have said Trump's erratic stances on trade and currency could actually be delaying job growth, NBC News reports.
For the Trump administration, the economic benefits of gas export infrastructure are paramount, N.Y. Times reports.
JPMorgan shares its best current stock picks in its monthly "U.S. Analyst Focus List" report.
"Club Mickey Mouse" will be a Facebook TV series that remixes the classic variety show.
The Secret Service and some localities have strained to cover the costs of protecting President Trump and his family.
Major averages slipped Monday but then rebounded after Trump said he is considering breaking up the banks.
U.S. strategic B-1B bombers flew over the Korean Peninsula this week in a joint drill with the South Korean air force, prompting a strong retort from North Korea.
A project to make synthetic human DNA is in the early stages, but could be within humans to fight disease in less than five years.
A Louisiana senator said he doesn't expect Senate to vote on GOP's health bill "as it is," Vox reports.
I knew we needed a car, but I also wanted to know I was ready.
Buffalo Wild Wings and hedge fund Marcato send letters to shareholders ahead of next month's proxy showdown.
Ford's April U.S. sales fell 7.2 percent, dragged down by car sales that tumbled over 21 percent.
Trump's administration keeps insisting without evidence that his tax plan benefits the middle class, Vox reports.
Microsoft is introducing a new version of Windows 10 today: Windows 10 S. It's essentially Microsoft's answer to Chrome OS.
Trump joins a chorus of execs who say you can't have it all.
After engaging in $4.3 trillion of buybacks over the past 10 years, companies have been pulling back.
The years working at desks and in offices were well-spent.
Samsung will be providing the sensor and artificial intelligence technology for other automakers.
"It's not necessarily any particular reform or any particular regulation," Linda McMahon tells CNBC.
Top companies are getting better when it comes to paid paternity leave, a new report says. These are the most generous.