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"La La Land" might have been the favorite at this year's Oscars but political activism ended up stealing the spotlight.
Although most said they expected Trump to balk on campaign promises to label China a currency manipulator, several top experts refused to rule it out.
Marc Faber, the man often referred to as Dr. Doom, warns investors that a significant sell-off could be imminent.
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Don't be surprised if in five years if your smartphones look the same, but all of a sudden you're talking to them a lot more.
Second time a Trump nominee to lead one of the armed services bowed out because of government conflict-of-interest rules
As wages rise in China, manufacturers are turning elsewhere — and taking the jobs with them.
The Russian democracy activist explains to CNBC why dialogue with Russia is good, but questions whether there's a price to be paid.
Warren Buffett was persuaded to drop Kraft Heinz's $143bn takeover approach for Unilever by the corporate-financier Michael Klein.
South Koreans awoke to fresh political drama on Monday as public anger mounts against acting President and Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn.
CNBC compiled a list of some of the weirdest and wackiest phone designs ever, ahead of the Mobile World Congress.
A mere 44 percent of Americans approve of the president's performance as president, while 48 percent disapprove, according to a survey.
The Japanese telecom company is making a big vote of confidence in the shared work space company.
Asia markets traded lower on Monday, with the British pound losing ground against the dollar ahead of Trump's address to Congress.
President Trump intends to sharply increase U.S. defense spending for the coming fiscal year, the New York Times reported late on Sunday.
Just 3 percent said returns topped expectations. Only 31 percent said returns met expectations, while 66 percent said returns fell short.
Wal-Mart Stores is running a price-comparison test in at least 1,200 U.S. stores in a bid to close a pricing gap with its rivals.
China ratchets up criticism on US missile plan for Korean Peninsula as it accelerates own missile development program.
Takata may reverse policy and move to setup a compensation fund to pay damages in cases of injury or death because of faulty airbags made by the firm, the WSJ stated.