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As Buttigieg's national profile rises amid his underdog bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, a closer look at his record as mayor of South Bend, Indiana, reveals vulnerabilities he might face among the party's black and minority voters. » Read More
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This year, at least four women, two African-Americans and one Latino have serious prospects for a 2020 bid.
President Trump's unpopularity overseas may have cut American exports by at least $3 billion, according to a UC, Berkeley study.
In a letter, Warren asked why the Treasury chief made the calls when they were no major concerns about stability or financial institution liquidity.
Williams reiterates recent calls from other Fed officials that suggest a less aggressive approach to rate hikes in 2019.
Tesla is cutting its full-time staff headcount by around 7 percent as it ramps up production of its Model 3 sedans, CEO Elon Musk says.
U.S. government debt yields rose Friday after Chinese officials offered to boost U.S. imports for six years.
Stocks rose on Friday as investors cheered potential progress in trade negotiations between China and the U.S.
The growing likelihood of even a limited trade deal between China and the United States combined with a ramp-up in stimulus by Beijing are making some experts increasingly optimistic about prospects for the world's second-largest economy this year.
After 27 days of a partial federal government shutdown, Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue ordered 2,500 employees on Wednesday to open half the Farm Service Agency offices around the country. It didn't help Farmer George Fetzer secure his loan.
Wall Street strategist Paulsen advises investors to "remain fairly bullish in the face of a stream of bad news" in 2019.
President Donald Trump's move to appoint the Carnegie Mellon economist as a central banker ran into a dead end last year when the nomination died in the Senate.
Netflix subscription price hike is a "key dilemma" that makes future competitors like Disney more viable, New Constructs CEO David Trainer says.
Retirees got the biggest boost to their benefits in years in 2019, yet the latest data points to a much lower — if any — increase in 2020 if current trends continue.
Long sentences and complex language make most bank websites unreadable for the typical customer, according to a new report.
Stocks rose on Thursday on the back of a report that said the U.S. could ease tariffs on Chinese goods during their trade negotiations with China.
The nonprofit's executive director, Nate Mook, says the Washington, D.C., kitchen will keep serving food "as long as we can."
There are fewer women in finance — and one advisor wants to change that.
Sen. Mitt Romney, who had warned as a presidential candidate that Russia is the U.S.' top geopolitical foe, voted against the resolution.
Home ownership among those in the 24-to-32 group plunged from 45 percent to 36 percent for the period in the Fed survey.
Put down the college brochures and pick up your calculators. Here's what you and your child should know about borrowing for higher education.