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If Hillary Clinton wins, her policies would remove uncertainty for companies and investors, Clinton supporter Glenn Hutchins tells CNBC.
Hurricane Matthew swirls along Florida's Atlantic coast with 120 mph wind after pummeling Haiti and Cuba. Click ahead so see the power of the storm.
The ADP jobs report tends to track the BLS jobs report over the long term but is a weak predictor on a month-to-month basis.
The good news for banks is that most people have more faith in them than in Congress and the media. The bad news is that's still not very good.
Young people say becoming an adult is less about age than financial milestones. What parents can do to prepare their children.
Volvo will enable car-to-car communication in some of its new vehicles, according to The Verge.
McDonald's is going to need a little more than just All Day Breakfast to keep consumers interested.
Hurricane Matthew was expected to strengthen yet again Thursday as it crawled toward the United States.
The number of Americans filing for benefits fell to near a 43-year low, as labor market firmness may support an rate increase by the Fed this year.
Residents learned the hard way that packing up and leaving isn't as easy as it sounds — not when everyone else is trying to get out of town, too.
Wal-Mart expects next year's earnings to come in relatively flat as it invests more in digital and technology.
Thanks to space pioneers like Celestis and Elysium, people can have their remains launched into outer space or get planted on the moon.
From Wal-Mart to the Fed to the IMF, there are new signs the economy is on the wrong track, Trump adivsor David Malpass tells CNBC.
"We have all the problems outside of the U.S., we have slow, steady growth in the U.S., and that's causing a premium on U.S. assets," Paul Hickey says.
These million-dollar businesses are booming but aren't for the squeamish. You'll need to get your hands dirty — even wear a biohazard suit.
"The Profit" says one book has helped him learn to read people.
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Announced layoffs by U.S.-based companies rose in September to the highest level since July, according to Challenger.
Yogurt company Chobani will offer six weeks of 100 percent paid parental leave for both mothers and fathers, the company announced Wednesday.
Shares of Twitter fell following a Recode report, citing sources, that three major firms would not likely purchase the social media company.
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The iconic Microbus captured the spirit of the late '60s and early '70s. Now it's time for an update.
There are growing concerns upcoming war games by Russia with neighbor Belarus could be a cover for something sinister.
Boxed, a bulk shipping company, has built a robotic fulfillment center to take on the likes of Amazon and Costco.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs talks to Ted Nickel, Wisconsin Insurance Commissioner, who says states are working with insurers to try make sure there’s coverage available on Obamacare exchanges for 2018, while they continue to press Washington to fund cost-reduction subsidies for next year. However, Nickel says the Affordable Care act limits state regulators’ ability to stabilize the markets if Congress and the White House don’t act.
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