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With a nasty flu season underway, businesses can expect to see billions of dollars in lost productivity, according to Andy Challenger.
The flu is widespread across the U.S., but it's not too late to get a flu shot.
Thirty children have died from the flu so far, and hospitalizations are higher than they normally have been for this time of year.
Rising bond yields do not necessarily mean stocks have to fumble.
A jury was deadlocked during a trial in November.
Americans are frustrated with both Republicans and Democrats, and the drama over a potential shutdown isn't helping, Sara Fagen said.
Automakers are starting to make changes to new cars to cater to a new group of customers - Uber and Lyft drivers, USA Today reports.
Trump remains the impulsive provocateur in chief, while much of the Goldman White House contingent is leaving, The New York Times reports.
Flu is especially bad this season, and going into work while we're sick risks spreading flu further.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to decide the legality of President Donald Trump's latest travel ban.
The S&P 500 will likely peak in 2029, with the index between 6,000 and 15,000, Thomas Lee of Fundstrat, says on CNBC's "Halftime Report."
This particular shutdown could be a precursor to a larger battle over the government debt limit that could have longer-term implications.
Tillerson will discuss the Iran nuclear deal and curtailing "Iranian malign influence" in the Middle East with European allies and partners.
But tougher Trump policy means that American tourism dollars are flowing to the Cuban government and starving private businesses.
Large-cap and growth stocks continue to beat small-caps and value, even though everyone thought the tide would turn this year.
Key suppliers to Airbus are overcoming problems blamed for delays in deliveries of passenger jets.
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Catapult Ventures, formed by a DJI Silicon Valley exec and a partner at Kleiner Perkins, is aiming to raise $50 million.
In a speech in Pittsburgh on Thursday, the president did not mention the potential closure of the federal government.
CNBC ranked cities based on key criteria the company cited in its pitch for incentives.
CNBC explains what happens after a bitcoin plunge.
Jim Cramer revealed why cryptocurrency could be key for Goldman Sachs.
Jim Cramer spoke with top executives about how consumers come face-to-face with their companies in ways they might not realize.