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Comey says he released the memo describing his February meeting with Trump, thinking it could bring a special counsel.
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Senators pressed Comey about why he did not do more after Trump requested that he drop a probe into Michael Flynn.
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Goldman Sachs' David Kostin explains to CNBC why he expects the FANG stock rally to continue even in a sluggish economic environment.
The Office of Management and Budget said the fee would be assessed when stores sign up and would require renewal after five years.
Trump's pick for FBI director, Christopher Wray, led the Enron Task Force and represented Chris Christie during Bridgegate.
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If the labor market has gotten a little sluggish as of late, it's certainly not because there aren't enough jobs out there.
GM shareholders have rejected Greenlight Capital's plan to split the company's stock, and rejected Greenlight's nominations to GM's board.
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Augmented reality "is going to be the operating system of the future," Gene Munster tells CNBC.