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The move would bring the e-commerce giant's workforce to more than 280,000.
Debtors can expect to cough up more money each month, but they'll pay what they owe sooner.
Cramer responds to Peter Thiel's comment that "the age of Apple is over."
Wall Street is seeing an $8.7 trillion boom in this investment strategy, says David W. Richardson.
RBC estimates Boeing's commercial plane operating profit margin will decline by half a percentage point this year.
More than a quarter of people who have received such calls felt threatened by the caller's conduct. Here's how to fight back.
Ashley Walker almost had her financial life ruined when the government wrongly reported her death. Take these steps to avoid that fate.
Philadelphia Federal Reserve President Patrick Harker says three interest rate hikes this year would be appropriate.
Initial claims for state unemployment benefits increased 10,000 to a seasonally adjusted 247,000 for the week ended Jan. 7.
The St. Louis Fed president tells CNBC the 10-year yield is settling down, as markets look to Trump to deliver on growth promises.
Health savings accounts could benefit you now, and in retirement. But they're not for everyone.
Delta CEO Ed Bastian tells CNBC a consumer confidence bump since Trump's election can already be seen in the airline's bottom line.
Jefferies believes the anticipation of lower taxes in 2017 could present an investment opportunity among a group of stocks.
U.S. import prices rose in December, boosted by higher prices for petroleum products, but a strong dollar kept underlying imported inflation in subdued.
Thursday will be noisy with Fed speakers and confirmation hearings for Cabinet-level nominees for the Trump administration.
Apple is planning to create its own TV shows and movies in order to compete with rival streaming services, The Wall Street Journal reports.
President-elect Trump's plans for student debt compare favorably to existing options, but it remains to be seen if they will be enacted.
Ranchers and the livestock lobby are seeking rollbacks on public land policies to reverse what they call "extreme overreach" by the feds.
President-elect Donald Trump's trust plan falls short of the standards met by all recent Presidents, says the U.S. ethics chief.
After seven years of the S&P 500 crushing non-U.S. stocks, international equities are about to stage a big comeback, one analyst predicts.