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Still, Canaccord Genuity upped its Apple price target to $180 in anticipation of increased iPhone sales in 2018.
Manafort's company never paid $36,000 in taxes that would be due on the loan, NBC News reports.
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MKM Partners reiterates its buy rating for Alibaba and expects "strong results" when it reports earnings on Thursday.
Starbucks' payment system was reportedly down and baristas were unable to complete transactions, according to Twitter users.
I did Reykjavik on the cheap and still had a blast.
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The Food Network star shared her advice exclusively with CNBC.
After five consecutive years of coverage gains, progress toward reducing the number of uninsured Americans stalled in 2016.
Sorry, Wall Street. There never really was a Trump trade, says financial advisor Josh Brown. Here's what's really driving the market.
As Price was raked over the coals, his colleagues saw a buying opportunity, Vanity Fair reports.
Keith Noreika helped big banks avoid state laws protecting consumers. In his new federal position, Noreika can override those laws, ProPublica reports.
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Headlines about President Trump allegedly sharing classified information with Russia vary significantly in tone, USA Today reports.
The Washington Post reported that Trump divulged highly classified information during his meeting with Russian officials last week.
Russia’s Foreign Ministry has rebuked claims U.S. President Trump divulged classified info to Russian officials, calling them “harmful.”
"Work is part of my life."
Outsized gains in tech are making the market look better than the underlying trends reveal, technical analyst Todd Gordon tell CNBC.
Dick's reported same-store sales — a metric monitored closely by Wall Street for retail stocks — that missed Wall Street estimates.