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Taxes are the No. 1 issue facing small business, according to the first CNBC/SurveyMonkey Small Business Survey, released Friday.
Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih has ruled out "for now" any adjustments to a coordinated cut to oil output by OPEC and allies led by Russia.
U.S. special forces are aiding troops from the Philippines in attempting to break a now three-week-old siege of the town of Marawi on Mindanao island, a military spokesman for the Southeast Asian country said.
On an island with half the population in poverty, many are seeing their saving accounts wiped out, with thousands of dollars in losses.
Stock market volatility could pick up, as traders await the Federal Reserve and watch to see whether the tech shakeout continues.
Senior executives are said to be exiting hedge fund Paulson & Co as some portfolios suffer losses and assets dip.
An overlooked line in Mike Flynn's financial disclosure form revealed a plan with Russia to build nuclear power plants in the Middle East, Newsweek reports.
Alphabet's sale of a robotics business to Japan's Softbank shows that CFO Ruth Porat is taking aim even at the company's most advanced technologies
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein jabbed at Trump's Comey consuming week.
Carl Cunningham allegedly stole more than $240,000 worth of 'Star Wars' merchandise from collectors Steve Sansweet and Philip Wise.
Erin Gibbs, S&P Global portfolio manager, breaks down three major market themes for the week ahead.
Big tech was selling off Friday as investors took profits from the group, which some fear have become a massive market bubble.
Valuations may be high in tech, but it is nothing like the internet bubble of 2000, Evan Newmark said.
Jim Cramer advises investors on how to parse Wall Street's commentary on red-hot chipmaker Nvidia.
Coca-Cola is expanding its newest sugar-free, calorie-free drink to Australia.
The market is in the midst of a very powerful liquidity trade, Allianz's Mohamed El-Erian said.
CMS said it wants ideas for making rules about insurance markets more "flexible" and "streamlined."
JPMorgan's technical analyst has joined those on Wall Street expecting a drop in the stock market later this year.
Buying a home used to be a good way to invest your money. Renting may now be a better option.
The full interview with Mohamed El-Erian.