The dollar finished the week just barely positive, and some strategists see the greenback heading lower as political uncertainty mounts. » Read More
Kraft Heinz has decided to withdraw its $143 billion offer to buy Unilever, which had spurned the offer as too low, The AP reports.
Former Aetna CEO Ron Williams weighs in on what changes could be ahead for the Affordable Care Act and consumers.
American Giant's CEO explains to CNBC's Jon Fortt why people are better at manufacturing clothes than robots.
Supply concerns and market expectations of growing demand from China are pushing Doctor Copper back on the market.
Japan's move to put the kibosh on karoshi, or 'death by overwork,' by addressing excessive overtime may hit growth, Deutsche Bank said.
Chappy Hakim, chief executive of miner Freeport-McMoran's Indonesian unit, has resigned.
Uber's CEO said he was ordering an investigation after a former employee published an account alleging sexual harassment and gender bias at the company.
President Trump attributed his comment about a terror-related incident in Sweden to Fox News, NBC News reports.
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Asia markets opened lower as investors await further details from President Trump's economic policies, including tax reforms.
Lack of expected firearms sales have created revenue challenges for outdoor retailers.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble denied that he had said Greece would have to leave the euro zone.
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The president ripped "fake news" and renewed pledges on Obamacare and border security in an event, NBC News reports.
Elon Musk's SpaceX launched its Falcon 9 rocket on Sunday, after postponing a Saturday launch.
President Donald Trump's plans to seize Iraqi oil has been dismissed by the country's prime minister.
Inside the bizarre YouTube subculture of Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) videos to help people relax.
Tax and regulatory reform must come sooner rather than later, says Larry Kudlow.
The foreign minister of Saudi Arabia said the new U.S. administration can extend an olive branch to everyone.