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For how tumultuous of a year it's been for business and politics, it's fitting 2016 should end with U.S. banks as an oasis of stability.
Since Trump's victory, rising mortgage rates have made homes the least affordable since the Great Recession.
U.S-China relations may take a turn for the worse after President-elect Donald Trump publicly insulted Beijing twice in a span of 72 hours.
Nelson Peltz shares his views on Donald Trump's economic policies in an interview with CNBC's David Faber.
It uses computer vision — the kind of technology that lets self-driving cars "see."
Police say the suspect fired into the floor of the restaurant while investigating a fake news "Pizzagate" report.
Forecasters surveyed by the NABE said they expect GDP to end 2016 with an annual growth rate of just 1.6 percent.
The average a la carte item on a kid's food menu averaged 147 percent more calories than what was recommended by nutrition experts.
Don’t just focus on how to get into a trade, but how to get out of it, as well.
Valls had previously been expected to announce entering the race to be the Socialist candidate.
Trump faces the challenge of sustaining support from red states while redistributing the benefits of federal tax policy toward blue states.
The new fund of just over $230 million will focus on health care investments, according to those who have seen its fundraising deck. Recode reports.
Trump criticized Beijing over its monetary policy and territorial ambitions in disputed Asia waters, reports NBC News.
The stakes are swelling ever higher, as investors are increasingly counting on software as a growing share of Apple's business.
Farmers say they helped put Donald Trump over the top. Here's what they now say they want in return.
The recall includes a variety of ready-to-eat chicken products produced between August 20, 2016 to November 30, 2016, reports Today.
The Ivanka Trump Collection has several imported dresses listed on its website, implying they are subject to Donald Trump's tariff.
"We bought quite a bit of stock and we've got quite a bit more to buy," Trian Fund's Peltz said.
The possible move signals that Kushner, a key Trump advisor, could still have input in the Trump administration.