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The Atlanta Federal Reserve's GDPNow forecast shows just 0.2 percent growth for the first quarter, in part due to softer consumer data.
Kai-Fu Lee, founder of Sinovation Ventures, discussed the future of artificial intelligence with CNBC.
Trump's ire seems to have been ignited by Democratic threats to oppose a shutdown-avoiding bill if it does not include Obamacare subsidies.
Credit Suisse expects Microsoft's cloud to continue growing at a pace of more than 50 percent revenue growth until 2018.
Wall Street firms are telling their clients the positive implications of President Trump's tax cut announcement.
Stocks may be overvalued, but they could also rally substantially in the next few years, according to the Nobel laureate.
Congress is looking to avert a shutdown as government funding expires Friday.
Tesla founder Elon Musk is currently worth more than $13 billion — much of it due to a crucial decision he was forced to make 7 years ago.
The percentage of people shopping online from emerging markets such as Brazil, China and India more than doubled between 2011 and 2016.
Xcel Brands has developed a model that slashes the amount of time it takes an item to go from the sketch pad to the selling floor.
Trump's $1 trillion infrastructure plan can't work if we don't solve this big problem, says John Boncher.
Smith said tax reform and giving companies breaks for profits earned overseas specifically are potentially important ingredients.
The Nobel Prize-winning economist is encouraging investors to go abroad as U.S. stocks hit fresh record highs.
GrubHub reported a 26 percent increase in "active diners," showing a surge in new customers.
Rep. Joe Crowley also calls the Trump tax proposal a "gaping loophole" for the wealthy.
Tech gadgets, games and gear have raked in millions, while other products have disappointed.
Gasoline prices further deteriorated and the dollar spiked following the European Central Bank's latest interest rate decision.
Does money lead to happiness or do happy people make more money? Researchers say the stock market for happier countries fare better.
Key things to avoid in order to boost your performance.