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Stocks like Apple with large overseas cash hoards pared their gains Wednesday.
Read the one-page memo from the White House on tax reform: "2017 Tax Reform for Economic Growth and American Jobs."
Here's how Wall Street is trading President Trump's tax plan.
It's uncertain whether moderate Republicans will provide enough votes for passage in the House.
Jefferies and Susquehanna share a list of firms that may potentially acquire Deckers Outdoors.
President Donald Trump has "no intention" to release his tax returns, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said on Wednesday.
The elimination of some popular deductions could expose more of the average household's income to taxes.
One trader sees more record highs for Netflix, urging investors to buy on Wednesday's pullback.
Linear, mass viewing television experiences are no longer hitting the mark with many audiences.
The landmark 2015 Obama-era net neutrality rules could soon be overturned, the FCC chairman said Wednesday.
Trump previously said he wanted to renegotiate NAFTA, arguing that the agreement has punished American workers and companies.
So far this year, markets abroad are leaving U.S. equities in the dust, and some strategists say the outperformance could continue to accelerate.
Coke Plus is being marketed as the company's healthiest soft drink yet, Grub Street reports.
Nintendo will release its fiscal 2016 earnings on Thursday, which will include the first sales numbers for the Switch console.
O'Leary said he can't win Quebec, so instead he will endorse candidate Maxime Bernier.
Didi Chuxing, is raising between $5 and $6 billion from investors including Softbank, Silverlake and China Merchant Bank, at a valuation around $50 billion
The official tells CNBC that the probe will be similar to the one the White House launched last week regarding steel.
Only 14 percent of investors use their IRAs regularly. The rest are rollovers from employer-sponsored retirement plans.
Pepsi wants to offer consumers more 'guilt-free' snack and drink options.