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Apple will likely end up paying less than the eye-popping $14.5 billion the EU says is owed to Ireland in back taxes, an analyst says.
Ireland will appeal against the European Commission's ruling forcing it to recover billions in back-taxes from Apple.
The pace of U.S. home price gains slowed in June from the previous month, but growth remained above the two-year average.
A CNBC reporter looked at nearly 4,000 pages released by the State Department of Clinton's daily schedule, offering a rare glimpse into her life.
When, as the secretary of state, she wasn't mediating conflicts or coordinating foreign policy, Hillary Clinton had another important purpose.
After trailing the market this year, shares of McDonald's are now a good value, according to David Tarantino of Baird Equity Research.
The only way to stop drug companies from jacking up the costs of live-saving treatments is through price controls, a former Obama health advisor says.
Warren Buffett has averaged a gain of wealth of $2 million per day, for every day of his life.
Pay for professional occupations is expected to rise 3.6 percent in 2017 for beginners, according to Robert Half.
“Hello, I’m NAVii. How can I help you?” This is how the store associate of the future may greet you.
Berkshire Hathaway chairman and CEO Warren Buffett turns 86 today. Years ago he spoke about the best birthday present he ever got.
An index of small business employment growth inched up as Main Street America added jobs at a steady pace this month.
Elizabeth Greenwood, author of "Playing Dead," says white-collar criminals often try to escape via faking their death.
The price of the same used car can vary widely depending on what city you're shopping in.
Right now the stock market is basically correlated with nothing, as it's just adrift in its own little world.
More than 4.8 million Syrians have fled their homeland since a civil war began tearing their homeland apart, NBC News reports.
The job market has is nearly at full strength and the pace of rate increases will depend on how well the economy is doing, the Fed Vice Chair said.