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Qualcomm is hoping that the entry-level smartphone market in China will help drive growth.
Childbirth in the US is already inexcusably dangerous. The Senate health bill would make it worse, Vox reports.
More than 8 in 10 people traveling for Independence Day plan to drive, says AAA. If you're joining them, here's how to save on gas.
New U.S. single-family home sales rose in May and the median sales price surged to an all-time high.
Nationwide, health care is one of the largest expenses for U.S. residents.
Our intellectual property system is the bedrock of our economy. Here's how we strengthen our patent laws, say Chris Coons and Tom Cotton.
Amid the uncertainty on health care, individual states are taking steps to shore up their own markets. Here's what to expect.
Nancy Pelosi has an "extraordinary record against her," Trump tells "Fox & Friends."
A simple change in mindset made him richer and more successful, he says.
Republicans can afford to have no more than two members of their Senate caucus defect if they hope to pass a new health-care reform bill.
Active funds are bleeding assets as index funds take in trillions. But there's one area in the market where active still works: bonds.
Banks made it through the latest round of stress testing relatively unscathed, setting investors up for news of payouts.
One quarter of CFO Council members say A.I. is “critical” to their companies, according to the latest CNBC Global CFO Council Survey.
Shares of Caterpillar slip after Deutsche Bank analyst Nicole DeBlase downgrades the stock.
Used cars coming off leases are flooding the used car market, lowering prices for consumers. USAToday reports.
American Airlines CEO Doug Parker penned a letter to employees in response to Qatar Airways announcing their desire to invest.
The U.S. has banned all imports of fresh beef from Brazil, citing food safety concerns.
KeyBanc Capital Markets labeled Starbucks "overweight." It expects the coffee company's stock to rise to $68 by next year.
My early employment history is a cautionary tale for new graduates.
It's possible to get the inside track on job openings before they become public knowledge. Here's how.