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Asian stocks were mixed on Tuesday, as the dollar remained soft amid uncertainty over U.S. President Donald Trump's policies.
The U.S. withdrawal from the TPP will devastate American agriculture, a former U.S. Trade Representative said.
Samsung's fourth-quarter operating profit jumped 50 percent on-year to 9.22 trillion Korean won, as it announces a share buyback.
Yahoo reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Monday, and revenue that topped Wall Street's forecasts.
Bernie Ecclestone's 40-year reign as Formula One's commercial supremo ended on Monday.
Jim Cramer goes through the list of Trump-free stocks that could thrive in a new political landscape.
Trump has elevated Ajit Pai to chairman of the FCC, giving control over the agency to a reliable conservative opposed to net neutrality.
Building a huge American factory would fit neatly with President Trump's push to create domestic jobs.
Beijing-run newspaper People's Daily says the world can now see the upside of "socialism with Chinese characteristics."
The U.S. Senate confirmed Representative Mike Pompeo to be President Donald Trump's Central Intelligence Agency director on Monday.
Jim Cramer explains why Target's own self-cannibalization is the scariest of all for retail.
Former CEO of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Frits Van Paasschen offers some advice for negotiating with someone like Donald Trump.
Netflix and Nvidia continue their rally, and one trader is betting on them to rise even higher.
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Jim Cramer decodes how to pick stocks that could thrive in a Trump administration.
In order to be confirmed in the role, Tillerson must be approved in the wider GOP-controlled Senate.
Sean Spicer was asked about whether he intended to always tell the truth.
President Trump knows all the tricks of Corporate America—and that will help him avoid the pitfalls that Bush, Reagan and other Republicans before him faced, says Jake Novak.
Spicer has faced criticism after claiming reporters misrepresented what he said were record crowds of people watching Trump's inauguration.