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Passing the motion to proceed does not mean Senate Republicans have a consensus on a bill they can pass.
"You can't omit important pieces of a story and expect the people will be too stupid to figure it out," Shkreli wrote Monday.
Cohn and Yellen are both candidates to be the next Chairman of the Federal Reserve, president says.
Fed watchers are hanging on how the Fed characterizes one word in its statement Wednesday—and that is inflation.
The Senate vote to proceed with an Obamacare repeal and replace debate is still an example of political cowardice, says Jake Novak.
Bitcoin fell to its lowest in five days Tuesday amid uncertainty over whether the digital currency will still avoid a split.
Apple has already said that it would start a $1 billion fund to promote advanced manufacturing jobs in the United States.
AMD said it now expects third-quarter revenue to increase about 15 percent year over year.
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Jurors could begin deliberating Shkreli's fate on Thursday.
Messenger believes it can provide utility for businesses and users - and potentially make money along the way.
President Donald Trump said he's disappointed in Sessions for his decision to recuse himself from the Russia probe at a press conference Tuesday.
AT&T beat EPS, revenue and wireless adds estimates.
To see Anthony Scaramucci running the communications operation has served as a bit of a shock to those on Wall Street.
The Russia probe is a "serious issue," but there may be more worrying matters to focus on, Michael Chertoff said.
Jason Ware said Tuesday on "Power Lunch" he recommends clients "stay the course" to avoid the summer swoon.
Trump should resist the urge to replace Atttorney General Jeff Sessions with Ted Cruz or Rudy Giuliani, says Jake Novak.
The CBO warns that, in less than 10 years, deductibles could total 25-50% of your income.
Sens. Susan Collins and Jack Reed are caught on a hot mic discussing the budget and Trump in unflattering terms, the Washington Post says.