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If doing taxes was less annoying, you wouldn't need to pay someone to do it for you, NBC News reports.
Rep. Mo Brooks tells CNBC the House Obamacare replacement plan is the worst bill he's seen in 30 years of public service.
Trump is employing an unusual legislative strategy to reform healthcare and repeal Obamacare, Vox reports.
Campbell Soup's acquired fresh businesses have proved to be a headache for management but could the worst be over.
The American Health Care Act faces opposition from conservative and moderate members of the Republican congressional caucus.
One previous market bull sold all his stocks because of what he saw in the charts.
Manafort, whose ties to Russia have drawn scrutiny, "voluntarily offered" to come to the committee, Rep. Nunes said.
All 248 passengers were safely evacuated from the Acela Express train, Amtrak says.
Here's how the end of your career can mark the beginning of a new adventure.
Companies exhibiting dividend growth have outperformed those with static or decreasing dividends during periods of rate tightening.
US Treasury Secretary says robots won't affect US jobs for at least 50 years.
Bonn-based Haribo, which invented the gummy bear nearly a century ago, said Friday it would open a U.S. factory in Wisconsin in 2020.
Shares of GameStop fell Friday after the company reported sales declines in almost all of its segments during the fourth quarter.
Google's ad adjacency program has brought to light the good and bad things about buying ads on its platforms.
The larger issue at stake is not just the fate of a single company, but the fate of capitalism itself, says Bill George.
Ivy League schools prize the secrecy of their admissions process, but there’s a crack in the wall at Princeton, Buzzfeed reports.
New York Fed President William Dudley spoke to students during a fireside chat at York College Friday morning.
Smog has escalated pressure on Chinese leaders to move more swiftly to shutter steel factories and coal-fired power plants, FT reports.
Jefferies says 25 percent more consumers are wearing athletic apparel four to five times a week versus three years ago.