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Trump has heavily criticized international trade deals and trade deficits with Mexico and China, in particular.
President Donald Trump on Thursday said the companies behind two hotly contested oil pipelines must use U.S. steel in their projects.
Treasury Secretary Mnuchin didn't take sides on a controversial part of tax reform, but some in the currency market may have thought he did.
Bitcoin is hovering around all-time highs.
Trump's plan would cut the statutory rate to 15 percent, but many companies are already paying far less.
Reince Priebus, Steve Bannon, Ted Cruz, Betsy DeVos and others are set to address the conference.
After years of extreme drought, Southern California is now completely free of the worst of it as recent rains brought flooding.
Bonds and stocks are at loggerheads again, with one side indicating caution on growth and the other brimming with optimism.
Employers that provided generous matching contributions and a menu of low-cost investments to workers scored well on this retirement ranking.
While acknowledging a digital skills gap, business leaders stress that soft skills have a large role in the tech revolution.
CNBC's Robert Frank says Trump's plan will likely give tax breaks to the wealthy. Larry Kudlow sees it differently.
The FleurBurger 5000 costs $5,000 comes with a pricey wine pairing.
Anyone wondering whether the business community is behind Trump only needs to look at markets for answers, in the view of Mnuchin.
Steven Mnuchin did not repeat his promise that there will be "no absolute tax cut for the upper class."
Here are some of the key stories CNBC is following this hour.
Apple's expansion will bolster a relationship with researchers at the University of Washington.
President Donald Trump wants the country to hire American and buy American. But the buying part is hard to do.
Taiwan's export economy would reel if the US and China get into a trade war. To mitigate risk the province is cultivating new global ties.
Investors bolted from L Brands' stock Thursday, putting its shares on pace for the second-worst day in the company's history.