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Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan are expecting their second child, and the Facebook CEO plans a two-month paternity leave.
Supermodel Christie Brinkley is selling not one, but two historic estates in the Hamptons.
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Chief of staff John Kelly is close to completing a review of Bannon, the nationalist firebrand, several outlets reported.
Chicken Soup for Soul Entertainment will begin trading Friday on the Nasdaq under the ticker symbol "CSSE."
We already know at least one cool feature it will have.
The rebuke follows backlash from business leaders, many of whom stepped down from Trump councils before they were disbanded.
As General Motors' old business seems to be winding down, it's thrust into a legal battle, N.Y. Times reports.
Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer will make an announcement regarding the statue of Robert E. Lee in the city and the legacy of Heather Heyer.
Three Navy members have been removed as a result of the deadly crash on June 17.
If Gary Cohn ever wants to head the Federal Reserve, then he's likely to stay right where he is in the Trump administration.
After Trump's business council disbanded, these CEO's aren't abandoning him, in favor of patriotism and pragmatism, N.Y. Times reports.
China's government has released a document limiting overseas investment partly due to debt concerns.
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Erasing Confederate sites from the American landscape would be difficult or impossible, USA Today reports.
Former Minuteman launch control officer Bruce Blair tells CNBC about the eight steps involved in launching from the U.S. strategic arsenal.
Airbnb's disaster response program has been activated for victims of the Barcelona attack.
The consumer sentiment index rose to 97.6 in August, in a survey of consumers by The University of Michigan.
Romney calls on Trump to "acknowledge that he was wrong" for his remarks this week about Charlottesville.
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There are three long-festering issues plaguing the GOP's relationship to American businesses.
An investment strategy made popular by Warren Buffett could be back in vogue very soon, according to Strategas Research Partners.
The settlement came after an unusual lawsuit by Sanofi, a competitor to Mylan, which alleged anti-competitive tactics.
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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