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Desktop Metal wants its 3-D printers to boost US manufacturing.
Chinese President Xi Jinping is likely to remain wary of risks 'blowing up in his face', according to Andrew Collier, managing director of Orient Capital Research.
The U.S. Secret Service denied a suggestion from President Trump's lawyer that it vetted a meeting between the president's son and Russian nationals during the 2016 campaign.
Church & Dwight on Monday announced plans to acquire Waterpik for about $1 billion in cash.
Nelson Peltz's Trian Fund Management seeks a seat on the board of Procter & Gamble.
Martin Landau, who won an Oscar for playing Bela Lugosi in Tim Burton's 1994 film Ed Wood, died Saturday at 89.
Europe's top banking regulator, the European Central Bank (ECB), is considering carrying out a special assessment of Deutsche Bank's two largest shareholders.
The White House is dubbing the coming week "Made in America week" as it tries to focus on issues that matter to the president's base.
Trump voters set to lose out the most from medicaid cuts may not be fully informed, Mike Jakeman, analyst at The Economist Intelligence Unit said.
Eight to 10 Republican U.S. senators have serious concerns about Republican health-care legislation to roll back Obamacare, said Republican Senator Susan Collins.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a slightly higher open on Monday, as investors turned their attention to corporate earnings results.
U.S. government debt prices were slightly higher on Monday, as investors turned their attention to upcoming data and auctions.
The ongoing scandals involving President Donald Trump could put an end to his presidency at a time when his approval ratings are at an all-time low, a political analyst told CNBC on Monday.
British broadcaster ITV announced Monday that Carolyn McCall is set to become its new chief executive, replacing the departing Adam Crozier.
IBM has launched a new mainframe system capable of running more than 12 billion encrypted transactions per day, in a bid to wade further into the financial cybersecurity market.
The Trump administration is said to be planning a more coordinated rollout of its tax reform efforts, Axios reported on Sunday.
Earnings season picks, and that will likely have a big impact on the stock market. Here are some names to watch. Plus, a word of caution.
The creation of an esports league by Activision Blizzard is revolutionizing sports, with NFL and MLB executives buying its teams.
President Trump's amateur behavior may be a plus with voters who have disdained political qualifications for 25 years, says Jake Novak.
Attention Game of Thrones fans, David Peterson, the man behind Dothraki is teaching a language invention class at U.C. Berkeley.
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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.
The "Fast Money" traders give you 3 ways to trade Snap on news that millennials are tuning into their original content.
Jim Cramer explains why investors should be wary of stock buybacks during market-wide pullbacks.