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President Trump on Monday pledged to "tweak" terms of a trade deal with Canada, the largest market for U.S. goods and services.
Trump and Trudeau talked about expanding their relationship, but didn't discuss specifics, Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau said.
Buying Netflix could help Facebook keep people on its platform for longer periods, says PCMag's Tim Bajarin.
The Fed chair's testimony before Congress this week comes as the banking industry is about to undergo a dramatic makeover.
Trump took a more conciliatory tone toward the U.S. trade relationship with Canada than he has with Mexico relations.
The "Fast Money" traders weighed buying lagging stocks in hopes of making profits in a future rally.
Think your employer can't fire you for tweeting about Trump? Think again. Employment-law specialist Dan Eaton explains.
Paul Ciana of Bank of America Merrill Lynch spots a telling pattern on the chart of the 5-year Treasury yield.
In what seems to be a desperate move to improve its market share, Verizon is reviving its long dead unlimited data plan.
The U.S. Justice Department on Monday said a Seattle federal judge should not conduct further proceedings until after a U.S. appeals court reviews the ban.
Apple crested the $700-billion level it last hit in February 2015.
The pace of the U.S. shale oil recovery is set to pick up next month as more crude-producing regions return to growth.
President Trump's isolationist policies could mean big things for trade with our northern neighbor.
Some even called the payouts "F-you money," Bloomberg reported.
Don't let tranquil markets lull you, some professional investors are warning.
Shares of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen spiked more than 14 percent on talk of a deal with Restaurant Brands International.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz said that can "fundamentally" change the way society functions.
Thousands of Mexicans marched on Sunday in about 20 different cities to denounce American President Donald Trump.
After the press secretary tried to use the pop culture magazine as a punchline, it came back with a smile.
CNBC's Market Strategist Survey found that Wall Street expects the S&P 500 to rise slightly in 2017.