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Larry Summers went on a Twitter rant Wednesday on why the Federal Reserve should not raise interest rates in September or even this year.
Bill Clinton tells CNBC he's changed his mind about the corporate tax code.
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Tech investors are finally seeing returns, with the number of billion-dollar exits outpacing growth in the unicorn club.
The pieces are falling into place for a more robust holiday shopping season.
The investigation is looking into how the company factors in climate risk in pricing its projects, according to Dow Jones.
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The former GE chief and longtime Republican supporter tells CNBC he likes Donald Trump's policy ideas more.
The September CNBC Fed Survey of 41 respondents finds that just 51 percent think Clinton will win, down from 84 percent in August.
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Trump Jr. tweeted an image that used Skittles to make a policy argument against admitting refugees into the U.S., NBC News reports.