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President Donald Trump will sign an executive order on Tuesday to rescind key parts of Barack Obama's efforts to fight climate change.
The U.S. workforce is about to undergo "unprecedented job destruction" as computers and robots get smarter, Jeff Greene tells CNBC.
Equities face a "quite high" risk of correction but it won't derail the bull market, says Goldman Sachs' chief global equities strategist.
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Hilltop Securities chief strategist Mark Grant says Obamacare is going to crater.
Stocks may be slipping, but investors shouldn't ditch their holdings just yet, according to one chart-minded analyst.
PV Sindhu, India's Olympic silver medalist in badminton, has become the country's second-highest paid sports celebrity for endorsements.
Facebook has taken its most aggressive steps yet to counter Snapchat's popularity among teens.
Tesla is denying allegations that it failed to protect a worker from racial and physical intimidation.
Darden posted better-than-expected fiscal third quarter earnings on Monday after the bell and disclosed that it would buy Cheddar's Scratch Kitchen.
If you sold off a few long-held investments in 2016, you may need to do some additional legwork or else pay Uncle Sam even more.
Adam Schiff called for Rep. Devin Nunes, to recuse himself from "any investigation" into President Donald Trump's campaign and transition.
Industrial robots have had "large and robust negative effects" on employment and wages, a new paper shows according to Buzzfeed.
The prosecution of Red Bull heir Vorayuth "Boss" Yoovidhya, however, has been delayed for close to five years.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey told CNBC he will do "whatever it takes" to make sure his businesses succeed.
China's government is looking to its burgeoning space sector to rival US companies, like Elon Musk's Space X, to boost prestige.
U.S. President Donald Trump touted Ford's expected announcement later on Tuesday about investments and jobs at its U.S. plants.
The rate may need to be 28 percent so the president’s plan is tax neutral. When Barack Obama proposed that figure, repeatedly, Republicans called it too high.