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Trump's AG pick Jeff Sessions is anti-marijuana. But here's what is most likely to happen to the pot biz under Trump.
The Finland government plans to select about 2,000 unemployed people to give them benefits automatically, The New York Times reports.
Steps companies can take to avoid the headaches that come along with office party shenanigans during the holiday season.
Placing tariffs on our trading partners will hurt the U.S. automobile industry by disrupting a global flow, Bob Lutz says.
The unwinding of NAFTA would likely lead automakers to shift production from Mexico to other low-cost countries.
Move over Colorado, the next pot capital will be ..., says Adam Bierman.
Trump's plans to ditch regulations imposed during the financial crisis could be a dangerous move, says Paul Smith.
With a triple-witching expiration, traders are watching to see if the Dow can crack 20,000.
Now, more than ever, business needs to lead the way on addressing climate change, says Rob Walton.
The tax cuts proposed by Donald Trump could "significantly" help the economy, said BlackRock's Rick Rieder.
Top reasons why college grads can't find jobs despite a good market for hiring, says Robert J. LaBombard.
WalletHub released 10 financial predictions for 2017 to prepare you for the opportunities and challenges in the year ahead.
Now that the Fed has increased rates for the second time in a decade, the pace of hikes could really start moving, Dennis Gartman says.
Wage growth is the key to future interest rate moves by the Federal Reserve, strategist Boris Schlossberg says.
Australian employment proved surprisingly strong in November as full-time jobs made a comeback after a very tough year.
The Fed is in many corners behind the curve. It must follow through on its promise to keep hiking in 2017, says Peter Boockvar.
If you are one of the rare Americans who still has an employer-provided pension plan, sort out how and when you will claim your benefits.
Don't be fooled when you see stock prices rising through year-end, strategist Tom Lee warns on CNBC.
The outlook for Singapore’s economic growth was trimmed yet again, according to an official survey of forecasters released Wednesday.