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Trump's lawyer Jay Sekulow is trying to shift blame from Russia scandal onto the Secret Service, Vanity Fair reports.
David Tice, former manager of the Prudent Bear Fund, is easing up on the growls.
Former Gillette employees, according to Nelson Peltz, say P&G should have come up with a strategy to beat Dollar Shave Club and Harry's.
Disney characters on new Forever stamps include Cruella, Ursula, Scar and Gaston, Verge reports.
"My inbox is completely flooded," Jasmine Pak tells CNBC, "Every time I open the app, it just crashes."
Amazon Web Services could build software for on-premises data centers in collaboration with its new partner VMware. Not that it's never done that.
It's important to read between the lines of the perks a company has to offer.
The failure of EnerVest's $2 billion energy fund shows more investors could yet face a reckoning after a three-year oil price downturn.
Liberal arts colleges fared the worst, according to rankings by 24/7 Wall Street.
Cramer predicts the market's fate will be good because of earnings.
Concerns about the environment have parents and kids looking for eco-friendly clothing and supplies —but price still rules.
In a volatile few days of trading, digital currency ethereum on Monday rebounded nearly 40 percent from seven-week lows hit Sunday morning.
The company said it will add 3.2 million subscribers this quarter, which will be necessary for its continued growth.
The retail sector's problems are expected to have severe impact on the United States' labor market, Financial Times reports.
Americans don't like the way President Donald Trump is going about changing the health-care system, a poll says.
Good earnings and clarity on tax reform can likely send the S&P 500 10 percent higher, according to Morgan Stanley's Michael Wilson.
According to Amazon's trademark application, this service will offer "prepared food kits ... ready for cooking and assembly as a meal."
They find a way to win.
No job is safe, he says.
Hoping to refocus, White House announces this week as 'Made in America' week