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Apple sued Samsung for copying design features of its devices, including, among other things, its colorful grid of app icons.
President-elect Trump's jobs adviser list is missing a key name.
Since its creation in September, the S&P 500 real estate sector has been the market’s worst performer.
He argued that Democrats had planned to "change the First Amendment and they were doing it in the guise of campaign finance reform."
Short-term demand has been "exhausted," but the long-term picture remains constructive, according to Raymond James' chief investment strategist.
If you get an IRS audit letter, the key is to remain calm and take the time to gather all your tax documentation, say financial advisors.
A financial planner shares the money tips wealthy parents give their children.
A hospital is bringing value to its patients inside the operating room and beyond
Donald Trump is turning his transition into a reality show, too. That's an ominous sign, says Vox's Todd VanDerWerff.
One reason Donald Trump is pushing back on the cost of Air Force One is that his own plane cost less than a tenth of Air Force One.
Trump's administration has become too keen on tackling the trade deficit, which has some benefits, economist Gregory Mankiw tells CNBC.
Sending just one job abroad could actually mean adding more operational jobs domestically, former Medtronic CEO Bill George says.
A Defense Department study proposing to cut $125 billion from the Pentagon budget was buried amid worries defense spending would be slashed.
For investors, the near-term ramifications likely will be more gains in the stock market. But the picture down the road isn't as simple.
Entrepreneurs admire the founder of Tesla more than Mark Zuckerberg or even Steve Jobs.
Rising interest rates and Trump's pro-growth policies will help major financial institution, Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan tells CNBC.
Brian Moynihan, Bank of America's CEO, shared his views on the market and regulatory environment in an interview with CNBC's Wilfred Frost.
He said that if the stock is not cheap compared to its intrinsic value, he would generally rather pay out capital to existing shareholder.