Until Washington reforms the tax code, American companies will continue to leave in search of a lower tax rate. The NYT reports.
President Obama will propose new rules to allow small businesses to form 401(k) plans more easily. The New York Times reports.
GoDaddy Founder and YAM Worldwide CEO Bob Parsons explains how the values he learned as a Marine helped him succeed in business.
The World Bank has cut its price forecast for 80% of the world's major commodities as oversupply and weaker EM growth prospects weigh on demand.
Widely followed commodities watcher Dennis Gartman says "the time for being bearish of crude is over."
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Congress and the White House should address the business tax code before tackling broader reform, President Obama's top economic adviser said.
The S&P/Case-Shiller 20-City Composite Home Price Index rose faster than expected in November.
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Johnson & Johnson reported a 2.4 percent drop in fourth-quarter sales, hurt by a strong dollar.
Crediting Gillette for helping earnings, P&G CFO Jon Moeller tells CNBC the company will "vigorously protect" its razor patents.
This earnings season could provide the answer to one of investors' biggest questions.
A group of widely owned stocks may be at risk of taking a hit as investors unwind their exposure to equities amid increased volatility in 2016.
Sprint, the No. 4 U.S. wireless carrier, reported a smaller quarterly loss, helped by cost cuts and higher number of subscriber additions.
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Jim Cramer was shocked by the commentary of Schlumberger on Friday, and it changed his entire opinion on where oil will bottom now.
Head of China's Statistics Bureau is being investigated for alleged discipline violation, Communist Party's anti-corruption watchdog says.
Twitter has stopped showing ads to some of its most valuable users.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is in Europe as he tries to drum up trade and investment with European businesses.
China's economic problems are not as bad as they appear in spite of the current market tailspin, the chief executive of Siemens said.