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A by-the-numbers CNBC analysis of the companies reveals a wide variety of owners and other details.
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A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell last week, pointing to a further tightening in the labor market.
U.S. home building jumped in February likely as unseasonably warm weather boosted the construction of single-family houses to near a 9-1/2-year high.
Amazon has cemented a lead with its retail and cloud businesses, Chamath Palihapitiya tells CNBC.
The "America First" plan is boosting defense by $54 billion while cutting nondefense spending.
Norman Eisen, a top ethics lawyer for former President Barack Obama, said in a tweet that the statement was a "legal disaster."
The Dutch political establishment managed to maintain its grip on power in one of Europe's most closely watched elections.
Splitting your retirement savings into multiple buckets including traditional and Roth IRAs can make a big difference at tax time.
GoPro said first-quarter earnings would be at the high end of guidance and that it was cutting operating expenses.
The technology outlined in the patents could be key if drones deliver fragile packages on tough terrain.
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President Donald Trump's first crack at the budget, released on Thursday, took "skinny" to a new, anemic level.
The "Fast Money" traders discuss which stocks to trade as the stock market closes higher on Wednesday.
A federal judge in Hawaii granted a nationwide injunction on President Donald Trump's revised travel ban.
Trudeau said the Clinton-era agreement had "led to a lot of great jobs for a whole lot of people on both sides of the border."
Wells Fargo's board awarded CEO Timothy Sloan $12.8 million for his work last year, despite scrapping executive bonuses in light of an accounts scandal that rocked the bank last year.
There are good prospects for the Italy, the third largest euro economy, despite being run by a caretaker government, CEO Generali told CNBC.