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Bill Gross settled his lawsuit against Pimco for just over $81 million, sources told CNBC.
Some analysts and U.S. oil producers fear Keystone XL will depress crude prices by adding to an already oversupplied global market.
"I still think that Trump with Gary Cohn and a different team working to try to get this through we'll have some luck," Cramer says.
Mark Yusko sees crude falling even further — but not before ending the year near $60 a barrel.
Goldman predicts banks will be able to deploy an extra $200 billion of capital next year due to financial deregulation.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes reportedly met with the a source at the White House, before meeting with Trump.
Paul Ryan's health care failure exposes a bigger challenge for the Speaker, says Joshua Spivak.
United Airlines reportedly removes girls for wearing leggings, and paid the price on Twitter, Recode reports.
Taxes are certain; high liability isn’t.
The biggest defeat of Donald Trump's early presidency revealed a lack of a mandate and a lack of numbers. NBC News reports.
Most credit scores are comprised of five major factors, although some are weighted more heavily than others, such as payment history and debt owed.
Halo Insurance Services figured out the total damages caused by Dominic Toretto and the rest of the "Fast and Furious" crew.
In theory, mixing in nuclear plants alongside renewables could make decarbonization cheaper, Vox reports.
The panel wants to ask Kushner about two meetings arranged with Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak at Trump Tower in New York in December.
Did you know the smartphone in your pocket might be the dirtiest thing on you at any given moment? Here's how to keep your phone clean.
Hospital-related stocks started the week in the green following the failure of the GOP's effort to replace Obamacare.
Apple cider vinegar drinks are the latest health trend, but you might want to consult your doctor before making it part of your routine.
Here's the most important choice I made while putting away six figures in eight years.
Learning to invest on Goldman Sachs' risk arbitrage desk, made famous by leader Robert Rubin, was once seen as a fast track to fortune.