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The founder of SkyBridge Capital is set to take over as communications director following months of speculation and false starts.
The White House is conducting an on-camera press conference just hours after Sean Spicer abruptly resigned as press secretary.
The drop in revenue came as weakness in GE's energy connections business offset gains in renewables and power units.
Uber's chief U.S. rival is opening its own autonomous driving facility in Palo Alto, California, and creating its own self-driving team.
Wall Street has had mixed reactions so far to the prospect that tax cuts would substitute for real reform.
Anthony Scaramucci running communications is exactly what President Trump needs right now, says Jake Novak.
As Shkreli's trial ends its fourth week, fraying nerves have led to sniping between lawyers.
The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency believes preparing residents for a missile attack cannot wait any longer.
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Foreign money could be distorting global cities' housing markets, to the detriment of lifelong residents, N.Y. Times reports.
Before being called to the political sphere, he was a hedge fund financier and entrepreneur two times over.
"Lawmakers are going to progressively put more scrutiny on these companies."
The full interview with Mike Wilson.
Athenahealth CEO sounded an upbeat tone about the company's efforts to address activist shareholder demands for more financial discipline.
The full interview with Gene Munster.
Employees who have a sense of purpose at work are high performers, more productive and likely to stay longer.
Wall Street is asking companies to share their plans to attract millennials on earnings calls this season.
Most rich people who try to narrow inequality turn to philanthropy. But philanthropy won't fix inequality, Conversation reports.
Higher interest rates hurt earnings of regional banks in the second quarter, mirroring big banks.