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In an attempt to entice diners to its restaurants, TGI Fridays is making its endless appetizer promotion a permanent menu addition.
The former lawyer announced in November that she'd leave at the end of Obama's administration, New York Times reports.
Merchants drove home the potential damage that could be inflicted if their costs increase under any overhaul of the tax code.
Snap's shareholders rights model is "frankly is one of the most extreme we have ever seen," and this will play into the IPO, he said.
2017 is poised to be a make-or-break year for Europe, and so far investors are betting on its stocks. But there are big risks to the rally.
Since the central bank enacted historically accommodative policies, the U.S. has grown faster than other parts of the world, she said.
Lamborghini is recalling 5,900 of its sports cars over a fire risk.
Apple is not a tech company, it's a luxury brand with pricing power, said Social Capital's Chamath Palihapitiya on "Power Lunch."
Millennials are more likely to change jobs than any other age group.
Apple shipped about 77.04 million smartphones in the fourth quarter, Gartner estimated.
"Now you know there can't be a takeover," CNBC's Jim Cramer said. "Dorsey would have known. He is buying stock."
Closely followed analyst Dick Bove of Rafferty Capital Markets digs into banks and deregulation in a recent interview.
Health sensors are popping up in a new place: directly on the skin. Patch start-ups think they will succeed where Fitbit has struggled.
What would you say to President Trump if given a few minutes to chat with him? CNBC recently put that question to five financial advisors.
If this trend continues, the Fed may be faced with a hard decision on interest rates when it meets in March.
Rep. Matt Gaetz's bill to eliminate the EPA became available after reports of the effort stirred consternation on social media.
The company reported a fourth-quarter loss of $2.96 per share after the company took a $5.6 billion charge.
The coffee chain is testing affogato, an Italian-style dessert in which a scoop of ice cream is "drowned" in a shot of hot espresso.
Volumes were thin when key indexes reached all-time highs on Tuesday, raising worries about market illusions, Art Cashin says.
Jim Cramer says Carl Icahn believes Apple's best days are behind it while Warren Buffett thinks otherwise.