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The New York Times reports that relations between the two men are hostile as Republicans try to push through a slew of important legislative deadlines.
Warren Buffett's conglomerate won't get a credit rating downgrade by S&P, after all
Wells Fargo CEO Timothy Sloan said forthcoming results from the bank's review of its consumer sales scandal could cause more negative attention.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft gave President Trump a commemorative Super Bowl ring, USA Today reports.
Making changes to the popular mortgage interest rate deduction would be "very bad policy," Toll Brothers CEO Doug Yearley told CNBC on Tuesday.
The president's warning to Pakistan that it must stop harboring terrorist organizations and the Taliban is "a radical shift."
Irving will remain on the board through June 2018, the company said.
The Fed shrinking its balance sheet, not political gridlock, is the biggest risk for markets, says Michael Vogelzang of Boston Advisors.
Salesforce reported second-quarter revenue and earnings that topped analysts' estimates on Tuesday after the bell.
The mortgage interest tax deduction has long been considered politically untouchable — until now, that is.
There are fewer than 350 Obamacare customers who remain at risk of having no coverage options next year.
It will take more than just military action to end the war in Afghanistan, former Ambassador Nancy Soderberg said.
Seattle start-up Iunu is using computer vision to help greenhouses meet record levels of demand for food and flowers.
The Korean automaker's executives in the U.S. have received the OK to develop a pickup truck.
Wall Street may finally be warming a bit to Snap.
Amazon is looking to go from operating a handful of Amazon-branded bookstores to more than 400 of Whole Foods' premium supermarkets.
Wells Fargo raised its year-end S&P 500 price target, citing strong overseas growth and strong second-quarter earnings.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is set to speak to the press after the president pledged late Monday to "handily" defeat terrorism in Afghanistan.
This weekend's Jackson Hole symposium will reveal clues about the Fed's upcoming balance-sheet reduction strategy.
New delivery start-ups for food and other services are creating low-wage jobs, USA Today reports.
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Netflix fell more than 4 percent in midday trading Monday after a report 21st Century Fox is adding more inventory to FX+.
The Republican tax plan is expected to feature dramatically lower rates for most—if not all—households and businesses.
When it comes to the growing threat of Amazon, the Street shouldn't be worried about off-price players, JPMorgan said in a note to clients.
Tim Armstrong, Oath CEO, shares his thoughts on regulating social media and the reliability of digital advertising data.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin takes a look at how advances in artificial intelligence affects internet advertising.
CNBC's Eric Chemi takes a look at how the battle between President Trump and the NFL's national anthem protesters is affecting advertisers.