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Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley appeared to send a warning to the White House.
Democrats on two key Senate committees asked for the score based on reported features of a "skinny" Affordable Care Act repeal.
White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci called the airing of his financial disclosure information a "felony" and a "leak."
German lender Deutsche Bank reported a surprise surge in profits for the second quarter of 2017, beating market estimates and doubling its pre-tax profit figure from last year.
Amazon has a secret skunkworks group devoted to health tech. It's called 1492, and is exploring electronic medical records, telemedicine, and more.
Jim Cramer sat down with Citigroup CEO Michael Corbat to hear more about Citigroup's recent transformation.
Moody’s no longer takes a negative view on China’s banking system, raising its outlook to stable as concerns over shadow banking eased.
Facebook reported a sharp rise in second-quarter profit as ad sales surged 47 percent from a year ago.
The company said it saw solid growth in its carrier, enterprise and consumer businesses.
Europe's largest oil firm Royal Dutch Shell has beaten analyst expectations, reporting profits for its second quarter that are three times larger than this time last year.
WeWork is a start-up that sells individuals or businesses co-working spaces.
The stock market will focus again Thursday on the gusher of earnings news that has been driving the stock market to record highs.
Jim Cramer spoke with Citigroup CEO Michael Corbat about his company's recent deal with Costco.
Oaktree Capital's Howard Marks warns his clients against investing in digital currencies.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the company will study what overseas rivals have done with messaging. "I think we can do better," he said.
Banking stocks in Singapore, one of the world's top financial hubs, rallied on Thursday after OCBC reported quarterly earnings that handily beat estimates.
Corporate executives are getting caught in a waiting game of sorts for their shiny new luxury planes.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said he does not "understand the consistency" of Amazon collecting taxes on its own sales, but not for "third-party" sellers on its marketplace.
Amazon has launched its Prime Now services in Singapore, where users can enjoy two-hour delivery on selected products.