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Bannon reportedly showed the most enthusiasm for so-called border adjustment during Ryan's White House meetings.
"We've had great meetings in Washington, including with President Trump and members of the House and Senate," Cornell says.
The company is investing a "fair amount" into research and development, the executive told shareholders.
The odds are 3-2 when it comes to the market reacting poorly to the president's address to Congress, Art Cashin tells CNBC.
In the last week, insiders' sale transactions outnumbered their purchase transactions by more than 11 to 1, according to Vickers.
The Upstart 25, CNBC's first-ever list of promising young start-ups, features companies building brands, breaking barriers, and scaling.
Tesla could see 54 percent of upside — about $134 from its Monday closing price — if one top technical analyst's examination holds up.
Nima is a food-allergy detection device created by MIT graduates to help diners detect dangers on their plates.
The future of fintech: top technology trends for market infrastructure providers.
The influential report once again did not select one car or truck as an overall top auto pick.
By one estimate, the so-called border adjustment tax could have countries putting up $385 billion in blocks on U.S. exports.
President Donald Trump's big plans are in deep trouble as he heads into his first big speech to Congress.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com sees a bond breakdown ahead as chances of a March rate hike loom.
UBS says Apple acquired multiple augmented reality technology companies such as PrimeSense, Metaio and RealFace.
These investments will also take $1 billion out of the company's operating margin annually, Target CEO Brian Cornell said.
Officials familiar with the proposal say it calls for slashing 37 percent of the State Department and the USAID budgets.
Toni Sacconaghi shares his views on Apple in an interview Tuesday on CNBC's "Halftime Report."
Sarah Michelle Gellar is one of the latest celebrities to launch a side biz. Now she and her team are revolutionizing the baking sector.
Pro-growth policies could persuade some hesitant retail investors to re-enter the market, David Lebovitz says.