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Ryan says he wants to protect young immigrants but also make sure "we don't have a DACA problem five, 10 years down the road."
J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon says "blockchain is real."
North Korea and South Korea appear to embracing talks aimed at reducing tensions between the two neighbors and nemeses.
Amazon's latest stock jump nudges the e-commerce CEO past Microsoft's Bill Gates 1999-level wealth.
Analysts trawled through more than 57 million flight records from 2017.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway stands to reap $37 billion from the tax reform bill Congress passed in December, according to a report.
The latest efforts to expand the way investors can buy bitcoins venture into the potentially dangerous area of leveraged ETFs.
Investors could be facing not only a tough year ahead but also a rough decade as market returns get back to more normal levels, according to one forecast.
Homeowners have $3 trillion more in equity than when the housing market last bottomed in 2012.
Digital currencies fall broadly, with ripple and bitcoin leading the charge lower.
Pro and anti-tax reform advocates are gearing up for a massive public relations blitz ahead of the 2018 midterm elections.
A lack of fear leads to "irrational exuberance," when investors pay no attention to the fundamentals of their investment decisions.
Coravin's latest product, on display at CES, reseals the wine without popping the cork.
The construction industry finished the year with 35 percent more jobs added than in 2016. Now, the industry is even more optimistic.
Stocks kick off the year with record highs, but will it continue? Not without some difficulty, according to Federated's Phil Orlando.
Many retailers are still struggling to manage their inventory despite new tools to manage inventory and anticipate demand.
Roxanne Assoulin's jewelry line has grown 300 percent year over year thanks to one thing: The power of social media.
Small businesses are the big losers in Jeff Session's decision to end a federal policy that lets the legal pot industry flourish in the US.
It's not as hard as you think.
The big freeze that's gripped much of the country is having another chilling effect—on economic activity.