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If Trump's America-first chauvinism succeeds, it could replace mainstream Republicanism, writes Victor David Hanson in the National Review.
Snapchat needs more advertisers to come on board, but they have some reservations until the company can fix these issues.
Rob Arnott shares his market views in an exclusive interview for CNBC PRO with Mike Santoli.
The full interview with RBC Capital's Mark Mahaney.
The host instructed employees, "Do not attempt to walk with me."
President Donald Trump confirmed his nominee for U.S. Trade Representative ahead of NAFTA renegotiations.
The department store chain only just began selling Under Armour's merchandise in its stores this past March.
Technology companies dominate the list.
The following is a surprising list of American companies that have strong ties with Chinese investors.
The Trump administration needs to get all the facts on Comey's firing and get them out fast, former Vice President Dan Quayle said.
A recent Quinnipiac University poll shows disapproval of Trump's health care reform plan and poor support for Trump's tax plan, Vox reports.
Some market watchers see further room to run for emerging market equities should the U.S. dollar weaken further.
Aldi's private-label expansion might trigger a race to the bottom against American rival Wal-Mart.
The new dark pool, called Sigma X2, will ramp up gradually, with two stock symbols trading on the first day.
The execuitve order establishes a commission to review alleged voter fraud and voter suppression throughout the American election system. NBC News reports.
"How do you manage a workforce whose compensation is largely stock-driven, if the stock comes down to earth?" Brian Wieser asks.
Expect to pay even more to finance educational expenses as interest rates rise for the 2017-2018 academic year.
Here's how to get strategic about your debt.
If Trump's term is truncated, and I believe it will be, stocks will take a beating, says Ron Insana.
CNBC ran a study to find out how other retailers fare after a one-day drop of 10 percent ore more in Macy's.