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Surprisingly, many founders of start-ups featured on CNBC's inaugural Upstart 25 list favor new regulations on business.
Actions from both Russia and the U.S. suggest the countries don't want tension to increase between them in Syria.
A look at securities which have a lot riding on Trump's success shows investors have doubts.
Top Silicon Valley CEO coach and former Google executive Kim Scott says that the best bosses don't make decisions alone; they make them with their team.
Greg Walton prevailed over incarceration and a bunch of debt to build a successful career. Here's how he did it.
CNBC reporter Kathleen Elkins trades in her homemade lunches for a meal service.
Apple is announcing new iPad Pros soon. Here are four sites to use if you want to sell your old one.
Change this setting to prevent your iPhone from keeping you up all night.
Government investigators looking into how Google pays its employees have accused the tech giant of shortchanging women doing similar work to men.
The role the Russians might have played in the suspected chemical attack that wiped out some 100 civilians remained unclear Friday.
Numerous reports have described clashes between the populist wing of the White House and the more moderate staff members.
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence on Saturday assured Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi of continued U.S. support to defeat Islamic State, the Iraqi government said in a statement.
Let's shift our swamp-draining focus to fiscal policy.
Rising interest rates reduce secular growth in the banking industry, Rafferty Capital Markets' Dick Bove said.
Another option on the table is killing dictator Kim Jong-un, officials told NBC News.
Moody's analyst Charles O'Shea and former Saks CEO Steve Sadove shared their views on retail on CNBC"s "Power Lunch" Friday.
Syrian warplanes carried out air strikes on rebel-held areas in the eastern Homs countryside, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
Shkreli, who gained notoriety for raising the price of a drug by more than 5,000 percent, is accused of ripping off a pharma company he led.
Something strange happened on the way to the unemployment line in March.
Oil traded higher on Friday after the United States airstrike on Syria, but noted expert John Kilduff doesn’t expect that to last.