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Earlier Monday, Trump started to lay out the priorities for his speech to a joint session of Congress.
Netflix is a behemoth worth more than $60 billion, but the idea for the company stemmed from a textbook engineering example, according to its co-founder.
The Oracle of Omaha trumpeted stocks and bashed bonds in his CNBC interview. He also detailed three ways he plans to judge President Trump.
Aerie is looking to build on its momentum by opening 50 new stores in 2017, and going after a category that Victoria's Secret left behind.
"Ambiguous" counterfeiting laws in China are the fundamental factor hampering Alibaba's fight against counterfeiting, the company said.
Former president George W. Bush discusses Trump, recent legislation, and the importance of a free press, reports Today.
Gold edged higher in Monday trading, rising to a three-month high, and some strategists see the yellow metal moving higher in the near term.
Appaloosa Management founder David Tepper tells CNBC he remains bullish on the stock market rally.
While acknowledging a digital skills gap, business leaders stress that soft skills have a large role in the tech revolution.
Mobile operators will soon offer data plans that would give users unlimited video streaming, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said on Monday.
Here are some of the key stories CNBC is following this hour.
"Obviously, I should have bought it long ago," Buffett says. "I didn't understand the power of the model."
JPMorgan on Monday upgraded Aflac to overweight on valuations and the firm's earnings potential.
The CNBC IQ 100 Index is whipping the S&P 500, and it just added a surprising stock: Target. The retailer is more innovative than Google.
Buffett says they have an "assured future" because of their print and internet model.
Utilities sector just logged four-straight positive weeks, but some say names in the space might not be the best picks.
Trump and Congress had not made infrastructure a priority during the president's first month in office.
The "La La Land" actress once worked at a dog-treat bakery.
The Microsoft founder participated in an "ask me anything" session on Reddit, where users submit questions to experts.