Some GOP lawmakers are rallying around the idea that less taxation is more important than less debt, in a break from their party’s vocal deficit hawks. NYT reports.
Exxon Mobil posted profits of 95 a share in the first quarter of 2017, compared with analysts' EPS estimates for 85 cents.
Trump looks less like Superman and more like Professor Marvel in the "Wizard of Oz" scene when Dorothy sees that Oz isn't so great and powerful.
Shares of Time Inc, the parent company of Time Magazine, are falling after the company decided it would not be selling itself.
The Republican answer to health care aims to provide Americans with more choice, Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price tells CNBC.
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Even after a huge rally, the Wizard of Wharton remains strikingly bullish on the market.
Shares of Qualcomm dip sharply after it lowers its guidance because Apple will not pay the company royalties.
A 34-year-old audit manager got himself out of a $30,000 hole.
Pacific Crest lowers its rating on Amazon to sector weight, citing increasing competition and "moderating" growth trends.
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General Motors' profits as strong pickup truck and SUV sales in the U.S. helped the company shrug off weaker sales in other regions.
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One trader says there is more pain to come for oil.
Earnings beats by big tech names could help drive stocks higher, but the "Friday-afternoon effect" may short-circuit their run.
The president said he wants South Korea to pay for the $1 billion THAAD missile defense system, Reuters said.
There is a danger that the situation on the Korean peninsula could slip out of control, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told a senior Russian diplomat.
Activist hedge fund manager Dan Loeb told investors he doesn't plan on missing out on the final stages of this economic expansion.