Donald Trump begins his presidency facing opposition from a majority of Americans, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.
The president-elect's shock comment that the dollar is too strong suggests the U.S. is about to declare as dead a two-decade policy.
One trader is looking for bonds heading higher ahead of Donald Trump's inauguration.
Tom Price's confirmation chances now seem weaker than any other Trump pick, Jake Novak explains why.
Donald Trump's views on some issues alienated many left-leaning tech employees in Silicon Valley, but none more so than those at Alphabet.
Trump has denied sexual misconduct with "Apprentice" contestant Summer Zervos and other women, branding them liars.
Today, the "dynamic has clearly and distinctly changed," Bob Burrough, a former Apple engineer, told CNBC.
UnitedHealth CEO Stephen Hemsley said his firm is well-positioned to handle new policy changes that come out of Washington.
The world's largest retailer is partnering with key innovators in the U.S. and China
Actor Matthew McConaughey has some advice for those who, to borrow his dad's phrase, haven't "gotten their 'lick' yet."
ZeniMax alleges that the Oculus Rift was "primitive" until ZeniMax employees added numerous improvements to the headset prototype.
David Einhorn told clients how he is positioning his hedge fund portfolio for the Donald Trump administration.
The deal is the largest oil and gas acquisition in the United States since oil prices crashed in November 2014.
The poll also found that one-third of Americans call Donald Trump's relationship with Vladimir Putin inappropriately friendly.
Two traders lay out their bull and bear cases for "Big Blue."
After meeting with President-elect Donald Trump, Bayer and Monsanto pledged jobs and investment, but is this spending new?
In the future, half of the workforce could be automated, affecting sectors like manufacturing and health care.
President-elect Donald Trump's proposed policy reforms will determine the future of financial stocks, an analyst told CNBC on Tuesday.
The British pound spiked around 3 percent against the U.S. dollar on Tuesday, after Prime Minister Theresa May outlined her Brexit plan.