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A tentative agreement was reached Tuesday in the first teachers strike in the Los Angeles Unified School District in 30 years, allowing educators to start returning to the classroom on Wednesday.
Innovative new technologies are giving leaders the tools to shape more sustainable, profitable businesses and better engage with both employees and customers.
This could well be the year that "fallen angels," or former investment-grade debt that gets downgraded to speculative, shapes up as one of the more compelling stories.
Shoppers at Amazon's cashier-less convenience stores in San Francisco were faced with some empty shelves Tuesday morning after one of its local suppliers, Munchery, suddenly went out of business on Monday.
Pelosi wrote a letter to Trump last week urging him to either reschedule his State of the Union address or deliver it in writing to Congress.
The partial government shutdown, which is more than a month old, is hampering investigations into sex crimes against children and presenting other threats to national security, according to FBI agents.
Ross agreed to testify "voluntarily and without a subpoena" in a public hearing on March 14.
President Donald Trump's expectations that the U.S. Supreme Court would hand him a win in negotiations over the ongoing partial government shutdown now look likely to come to nothing.
The Microsoft Classroom Pen will be available only as part of education bundles, but the company is considering a wider release.
The 4.6 percent monthly move in existing home sales was unusually large, regardless of direction. The tally from the National Association of Realtors usually moves in the very low single digits month to month.
Despite the dangers of credit cards, many Americans are racking up enough debt to worry about overdrafting their account on a single big-ticket item.
Netflix slid more than the rest of the market even after receiving 15 Oscar nominations, including one for best picture for "Roma."
Ruth Porat said her company was able to make a major breakthrough in breast cancer detection with less data using artificial intelligence.
The Senate released a bill Monday reflecting an offer President Donald Trump made Saturday to end the partial government shutdown, but it will almost certainly fail.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday announced it would permit the Trump administration to enforce a ban on a broad category of transgender troops from serving in the military.
With impressive speed, stocks have recovered more than half their 20 percent fourth quarter drop, returning to where the S&P 500 was at the end of 2017
If your net worth is in the red, you'll need to work on saving more and spending less.
Be prepared to spend $4,000-$6,000 on the ticket alone if you want to watch Super Bowl LIII in person.
Existing Social Security rules are outdated, which puts women at a disadvantage. But you can minimize your losses by adjusting your financial plan.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com breaks down why there could be trouble for the market down the line.
CNBC's Sara Eisen sits down with Jeff Ubben, ValueAct Capital founder, at the World Economic Forum about his outlook on the world economy.
The S&P 500 sits at a critical position, caught between its record highs and December lows. Craig Johnson of Piper Jaffray and Erin Gibbs of S&P Global discuss which way the index will break.