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President Donald Trump has resigned from his namesake company and more than 400 affiliated entities, NBC News reports.
The American economy is still the "greatest place to keep capital on a global basis," the Gamco founder tells CNBC.
Oil and gas mergers, acquisitions and IPOs surged in the second half as crude prices stabilized, PwC reports.
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The free-market views of Trump's newly designated FCC chief, Ajit Pai, are good for cable companies, Greg Maffei says.
Bank stocks need more than Trump promises of deregulation and Fed signals of higher rates, the influential banking analyst tells CNBC.
President Trump has effectively begun the process of killing one of Obamacare's greatest fantasies, says Jake Novak.
Across the South, 50 unconfirmed tornadoes were reported from Thursday to Sunday and wreaked havoc. NBC reports.
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"I want new plants to be built here for cars sold here!" Trump said in a tweet.
"La La Land" has landed a record-tying 14 Academy Awards nominations, matching it with "Titanic" and "All About Eve" for most nominations ever.
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Congress can improve the solvency of Social Security without forcing those who can least afford it to bear most of the burden.
Go90 was supposed to be the company's attempt to get younger viewers, but it's going through a massive shakeup.
The Verge trawls the Alexa app for some of the worst skills out there.
Barclays lowers its 2017 iPhone unit growth forecast to 3.4 percent from 5.9 percent.
While the new White House administration gets settled in, Wall Street is looking for confirmation that the economy is healthy.
Gundlach predicted a weaker dollar and more demand for inflation-protected securities now that Donald Trump has "doubled down" on his stance regarding trade and securing jobs in America.