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Donald Trump's pick to head the Labor Department is an outspoken immigration supporter whose views seem to clash with the president-elect.
The cartel's production cuts are expected to make it possible for Americans to ply the route to Asia from the United States.
The S&P 500, the Nasdaq, and the Dow are all set to log five straight winning sessions — a very unusual event.
As Donald Trump makes more controversial cabinet picks, Jake Novak says he's betting Americans will care more about results than ideology.
About $1.05 million was spent per Trump electoral vote, versus about $2.43 million spent per Clinton electoral vote.
Trump's pick would join Steven Mnuchin and Steve Bannon as Goldman veterans in Trump's administration.
Four ways Trump's "New deal" can deliver results for urban Americans and a return for investors, says Lyneir Richardson.
Deutsche Bank on Friday alerted clients of a potential shift in weightings taking place within the hedge fund industry.
Building market-share by delivering rich, intuitive experiences is a key goal for all organizations. For health insurers, this customer-centricity is an imperative.
A new Coca-Cola CEO could result in the beverage giant doing more deals as a way to accelerate revenue and profit growth.
Trump is expected to pick Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers as Interior secretary, a senior Trump transition official confirmed to CNBC.
Zuckerberg sought to be allowed to serve two years in government without losing control of Facebook, according to Bloomberg.
Nearly 200 shoppers at a Pennsylvania Wal-Mart received an unexpected holiday gift this week.
Several popular brands and categories are well-positioned to benefit from an anticipated holiday spending boost.
Two new academic papers out this week painted a fairly grim picture of the bifurcated nature of the U.S. economy, Politico's Ben White says.
It's all about what market pros call "correlation," or the tendency of individual stocks to move up and down together.
It's looking like a jolly holiday with shoppers planning to spend more, but not all retailers will benefit, says CNBC's All-America Survey.
Coca Cola announced Friday its chief is stepping down next year. Turnover is up across the S&P 500, according to data from Equilar.
Physical 'Call of Duty' game sales plunged, according to NPD November sell-through data.