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President Trump's approval ratings in three new polls fail to crack 40 percent.
President Trump denies his New Jersey excursion is a "vacation," claiming on Twitter he is still making "meetings and calls."
U.S. stocks closed lower on Tuesday after President Donald Trump warned North Korea, saying that threats will be "met with fire and fury."
The biotech company's drug pamrevlumab successfully completed a mid-stage Food and Drug Administration test.
The newest trend in smartphones is right in front of you: the displays.
Ralph Lauren reported a 13.2 percent fall in sales as the company's move to sell more items at full price discouraged shoppers in North America.
Valeant cut its full-year revenue forecast, even as it reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit.
Investors including TLP Partners and Resolute Ventures are putting $2.5 million in seed funding into the robot.
A victim of the 9/11 attacks has been identified, nearly 16 years later, medical examiners said.
Time Inc. posted a loss in the second quarter compared with a year-earlier profit, hurt by a decline in advertising revenue as well as an impairment charge.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Tuesday pressed Thai leaders for more action on North Korea during the highest level visit to Thailand by a U.S. official since a military coup in 2014 soured relations with the U.S.
Sizzling corporate earnings reports, not the president’s deregulatory agenda, are fueling the bull market.
The start-up Gladly has raised $36 million to make over customer service for a post-Twitter, post-SMS generation.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open, as investors continue to wade through another batch of corporate earnings and data.
U.S. government bond yields rose on Tuesday, as investors digested more economic data and an auction.
The U.S. dollar index has fallen by around 9 percent since the start of the year but that could be about to change, according to strategists at Wells Fargo.
One savvy investor has bought up a whole street in the city's most exclusive neighborhood for a mere $90,000.
More than 220,000 people have signed a petition against French President Emmanuel Macron's plans to create a formal first lady role for his wife, Brigitte.
Wells Fargo is facing new regulatory scrutiny for not refunding insurance money owed to people who paid off their car loans early. The NYT reports.
In a memo to employees, CEO Sundar Pichai said the employee who penned a controversial memo had violated its Code of Conduct.
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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.
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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Jim Cramer explains why investors should be wary of stock buybacks during market-wide pullbacks.