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Trump's stock holdings were one small part of his personal fortune that could have been affected by his presidential decisions.
Ryan and his House GOP colleagues have tried numerous times to repeal the law but were never able to during Obama's tenure.
The nation's health insurers on Tuesday publicly outlined for the first time what the industry wants to stay in the state marketplaces. NYT reports.
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Starbucks set an annual revenue growth target of 10 percent and profit growth target of 15-20 percent for the next five years.
Trump got headlines out of SoftBank's plan to invest in the U.S., but the Japanese company has long been a presence in Silicon Valley.
CEO Chuck Robbins says if all goes as planned, it would ultimately create jobs for Cisco.
"If Donald Trump succeeds, ... you have a roaring economy again," Kellyanne Conway tells CNBC.
One trader makes a bullish play on gold with high prospects of a December rate hike.
By 2019, the number of people without insurance would be nearly 59 million, with an uninsured rate of 21 percent, a new analysis says.
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This shoe retailer worked with a partner to implement a mobile solution that actually increased foot traffic — and sales.
The company already has added Reserve bars to a handful of Starbucks shops in major cities including New York.
College aid applications have been open since October, and it's better to be an early bird on filing.
PIA said a plane bound for the capital, Islamabad, from the northern town of Chitral lost contact with the control tower en route.
People saddled with different types of debt struggle to pare down their balances in the most strategic way, but financial advisors can help.
BP is shipping US crude oil to customers across Asia, pioneering a complex operation likely to become more popular in the future.
After a surprise win and contentious race to clinch the presidency, Donald Trump has been selected as Time magazine's person of the year.
A day after a tweet caused Boeing stock to drop, Trump defends his use of the social media platform in an interview on "TODAY."