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The millennial has made a fortune off a social media platform where users can be their unpolished, authentic selves.
Trump is creating chaos, but there is a way out of the madness for those who step into the void, says Dustin McKissen.
Reggie Brown sued the company in 2013 alleging that Snapchat was using his intellectual property.
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Macy's and Canada's Hudson's Bay are in talks that could potentially lead to Macy's sale, The Wall Street Journal reports.
"By 'protecting investors' they highly limited their choices," the White House's top economist tells CNBC.
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Goldman's Jan Hatzius shares his views on Trump's policy agenda in an interview on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."
This is the lowest price to date for the Pentagon's most expensive program.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell tries out Quest Diagnostics' Blueprint for Athletes blood test.
If President Donald Trump clamps down on H-1B visas, it will be bad for America, says GoDaddy's CEO.
The very promise of America that saved my parents' lives is at stake, says Reshma Saujani, the CEO of Girls Who Code.
With its flareup with Australia, the Trump administration continues an adversarial pattern — with friends.
The so-called "golden parachutes" are more common retirement bonuses than most people think, Vox reports.
BBDO Worldwide CEO Andrew Robertson tells CNBC that ad views are critical before, during — and even after — the big game.
Tom Lee, head of research at Fundstrat Global Advisors, advised clients to get behind financial stocks.
Cutting this regulation won't really help Trump fulfill his goal of reversing the coal industry's decline, Vox reports.
Analysts are feeling a bit more optimistic about Chipotle's chances at a turnaround.
William Perry, the 19th secretary of defense for the United States, says today we have three clear paths towards nuclear destruction.
Demand is historically weak for tickets to this year's Super Bowl and yet there may be no last-minute bargains. The CEO of ticketIQ explains.