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Ahead of Toy Fair, Monopoly-owner Hasbro says the iconic thimble token will be removed from the game.
Las Vegas casino giant MGM Resorts saw its stock plummet 9 percent after fourth-quarter results fell short of analysts' estimates.
"We've got all Republicans. Republicans aren't going to come out and attack the stock market," Jim Cramer says.
Americans should stop expecting a different President Donald Trump than candidate Trump, the former Obama and Clinton aide tells CNBC.
Credit Suisse says shares of Wells Fargo might be about to hit a ceiling.
Dan Ariely says that money isn't the biggest motivator.
Cosmetics maker Avon Products reported fourth-quarter revenue and profit that missed estimates as demand slipped in all but one of its markets.
This restaurant was tired of children running amok. So, here is their ingenious solution—give the parents a discount if the kids behave! Grub Street reports.
Inflation statistics and Janet Yellen's congressional testimony set the stage for a March hike, Boockvar tells CNBC.
Goldman Sachs says tech firms with the highest profit margins can do well during periods of rising prices.
Emanuel has been the target of Trump's barbs over surging gun violence and the "sanctuary" Chicago provides illegal immigrants.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits increased less than expected last week, a sign that the labor market was continuing to tighten.
Dru Riess and Ray Salinas knew nothing about the package industry, but that didn't stop them.
Shares of NetApp rose in early trade Thursday after the data storage company announced an earnings beat.
Obamacare repeal and failed insurance mergers have been dominating health-care headlines, but some surprise stock winners may emerge.
CNBC asked financial advisors Peter Mallouk, Ron Carson and Louis Barajas what they thought of President Donald Trump’s Twitter habits.
The firm made the announcement while releasing its fourth-quarter and full-year earnings.
U.S. homebuilding fell in January, but upward revisions to the prior month's data and a jump in permits suggested the housing recovery remained on track.
About 32 million consumers haven't switched cards in more than a decade, potentially missing out on fatter rewards and better rates.
After being cut out of the loop, it’s hard to see how the VP can speak for the White House on policy matters. But it may not be all bad for Mike Pence.