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At a sprawling construction site near downtown Denver, homes are taking about two months longer than normal to build because the workforce is slim.
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Four former U.S. Treasury secretaries will discuss key economic issues between the United States and China.
Trump's approval dipped to 35 percent, lower than Barack Obama and Bill Clinton's worst readings.
Shares of Vulcan Materials rose more than 3 percent Wednesday on expectations for increased highway repair spending in California.
Investors overlooked the company's fiscal fourth-quarter sales and earnings growth to focus on its soft outlook.
NASA released its latest batch of images taken by the cameras aboard the Juno spacecraft.
Commodities like oil and copper are down in the past month, and that could serve as a warning sign for equities going forward.
After several fits and starts, Uniqlo has once again tweaked its U.S. strategy.
A top military official testified Wednesday that Iran is one of the greatest threats to the U.S. and has increased its "destabilizing role."
The penthouse sits 700 feet in the sky, and the seller expects somebody in finance or venture capital to buy it.
Ivanka Trump already has a White House office but fueled ethics concerns with her informal role.
Einhorn's plan for General Motors limits the company's financial flexibility and increases risk during downturns, Breakingviews says.
Obamacare is still the law of the land but here are the big challenges it faces now, says PolicyGenius CEO Jennifer Fitzgerald.
One trader believes Tesla will soon reach all-time highs, and he's trying to cash in.
One trader has a way for investors to play Apple for less.
The steel industry has been "battered" thanks to Chinese and Korean imports, Rep. Marcy Kaptur, D-Ohio, told CNBC on Wednesday.
U.S. drillers are buying up insurance against falling oil prices — a move that could prolong the global crude glut.