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Trump will nominate Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to serve as head of the Environmental Protection Agency, according to a source familiar with the decision.
Home equity lines of credit are susceptible to a rise in interest rates, which means they just got more expensive.
Here's what CNBC's Michael Santoli is watching into the closing bell.
President-elect Donald Trump made his promise, which echoes past criticisms on drug pricing, in an interview for Time magazine's Person of the Year issue.
The spending deal reached by Congress on Tuesday didn't restore full lending power to the Ex-Im Bank, which supports US exports—and jobs.
While Donald Trump's claims may have been true about decade ago, they are contrary to China’s current reality.
Kelly, the former head of the U.S. Southern Command, has accepted the offer, CBS said, citing unidentified sources.
Starbucks sees food innovation and its cold coffee beverages as key areas fueling its future growth.
This shoe retailer worked with a partner to implement a mobile solution that actually increased foot traffic — and sales.
SpaceX said Wednesday it needs more time. So instead of launching in mid-December, SpaceX will try in early January.
At one point, Boeing fell nearly 2 percent after Trump's tweet threatening to cancel the contract for a new Air Force One.
On that day, longer-term bond yields hit what market experts believe was a multidecade low not to be seen again soon.
AT&T's deal to purchase Time Warner for $85 billion would give the company some of the most prolific television studios in the industry.
Here's a look at some of the hottest toys to hit shelves for the 2016 holiday season.
Tesla is voluntarily recalling 7,000 units of an aftermarket charging connector, after two customers reported the devices overheating.
Duties on imports would hurt China, but they could hit many U.S. multinational corporations especially hard.
Paul Singer, once one of Donald Trump's harshest critics, is making up with the president-elect.
Current trends predict that, if you are a 20- or 30-something today, you will be forced to retire before 65.
We all know that free trade is more a goal than reality, says Michael Yoshikami. Trump needs to be very careful.