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President Donald Trump's plans to deport millions of unauthorized workers would hurt a handful of states that rely most heavily on undocumented workers.
Viewed from Wall Street, Donald Trump's presidency is going perfectly ... for now, Politico's Ben White says.
Julissa Arce, who was an undocumented immigrant for much of her rise at Goldman Sachs, says this is the one question that drives her crazy.
When it comes to choosing an investment manager, looking for a hot hand is likely to leave you out in the cold.
By one estimate, removing the estimated 11 million undocumented workers now in the U.S. would cost upwards of half trillion dollars.
Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett follows one simple rule of investing, but he violates it in ways investors may not understand.
"Don't go overboard" on stocks right now, warns Nobel laureate economist Robert Shiller.
Trump can't stop robots from taking our jobs, says Dustin McKissen. Here's a real solution to the problem.
Here are some of the key stories CNBC is following this hour.
Watching the Oscars? It's likely you'll be craving something spicy or a little bit fancier than your normal fare.
Uber is not going to change its company culture, nor should it, said Gene Munster, Loup Ventures managing partner.
Citron has also been short Nvidia recently, whose stock has also fallen.
Trump's proclamation came shortly before he planned to sign an executive order aiming to reduce regulation.
I figured I would save money by ditching my plastic, but I couldn't have predicted how much.
Here's one lesser-known Trump appointment that you should be paying attention to, says former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty.
A presidential election win for far-right anti-establishment candidate Marine Le Pen in France would cause turmoil in the country's corporate sector, according to analysts from Citi.
The former Exxon Mobil CEO has been cut out of the loop on major aspects of his job, Vox reports.
President Donald Trump threw more criticism on what he called purveyors of "fake news" on Friday during CPAC.
80% of millennials carry cash, 64% most of the time. If a cashless society is inevitable, it's not happening fast.