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"All signs are showing that homes this spring will be much less affordable than last year," warns one real estate economist.
There is an underlying concern that President Donald Trump won't deliver what financial markets want most.
Snap is eyeing a range of $17 to $18 per share for its upcoming IPO, sources told CNBC on Tuesday.
President Donald Trump's fiscal 2018 defense budget request is probably "dead on arrival," an influential industry analyst said Tuesday.
As President Donald Trump details how he will change the Affordable Care Act, five patients describe how the law has affected them.
Many next-generation conservatives are more likely to side with congressional Republicans than with Trump, Vox reports.
Shares of Weight Watchers International spiked more than 18 percent after hours on Tuesday, after the company reported earnings that beat expectations.
CNBC talked to Gen Z teens and young adults to figure out about their social media and app habits.
The San Francisco-based enterprise software company has been battling to be one of the first $10 billion cloud services companies.
Target CEO Brian Cornell spoke with CNBC about his long-term strategy for the retailer.
A 2012 book by Scott Rasmussen not only helps to explain the Trump victory, Jake Novak says it predicts what Trump will do next.
In the last week, insiders' sale transactions outnumbered their purchase transactions by more than 11 to 1, according to Vickers.
An engineer from Lagos, Nigeria, was asked answer programming questions by U.S. Customs before being allowed to enter the country.
The company is investing a "fair amount" into research and development, the executive told shareholders.
"I greatly benefited from the ACA," says entrepreneur Mike Roach.
Hatch and other senators have signaled they may not back border adjustment, a key provision of the House GOP tax plan.
Will President Trump be able to do what Reagan and Bush couldn’t?
These investments will also take $1 billion out of the company's operating margin annually, Target CEO Brian Cornell said.
Shares of brokerages traded lower Tuesday after two major firms in the industry announced plans to cut trading commissions.
Investors are betting that the art market slowdown, which began at the end of 2015 on China fears, may be reversing.