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A 15 percent corporate tax rate looks to be a non-starter on Capitol Hill.
Banking is the one industry above all others that should cruise higher during a Trump administration, but the road likely won't be smooth.
Trump has received some criticism from Jewish organizations for what they deem a slow response to anti-Semitic incidents.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch cut its view on Tesla shares by $5 after analyzing the electric car company's combination with SolarCity.
Wells Fargo's annual shareholders' meeting turned rowdy Tuesday as several audience members loudly protested about the company's sales practices.
Trump's rocky first 100 days could lead to primary challenges and defeat in 2020, says Joshua Spivak.
Tax reform promises to spur corporate buying, but there are several reasons to not bet the house on stock buybacks.
Strategist Tom Lee has a clear message for investors: Stocks are carrying more downside risk than upside risk at this juncture.
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Hombuilder stocks fell on Tuesday after the United States slapped new tariffs on Canadian softwood lumber imports.
Trump may be the least popular president approaching the 100-day mark but don't count him out, Jonathan Tobin writes in the National Review.
Some German women question Ivanka Trump's contribution at an affair featuring other uber-qualified speakers like Christine Lagarde. NBC News reports.
For 5 months, Brandon Trebitowski's family lived and worked on the road.
The Lumber tariff shows how serious Trump is about enforcing trade rules, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross tells CNBC.
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North Korean citizens took to the streets to celebrate 85 years since the foundation of its military.
Privately held specialty retailer J.Crew is cutting 250 jobs, it announced on Tuesday.
A flash flood of fruit juice from a beverage plant in southern Russia has flowed into a town's streets and into the River Don.
The big unknown on the larger Obamacare repeal-and-replace battle is whether the GOP can agree on reform, Vox reports.