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CBS fired journalist Charlie Rose amid allegations of sexual misconduct.
The parent of Jared, Kay and Zales said weather-related incidents shaved 10 cents a share off its earnings.
The FCC may reconsider rules preventing a company from owning stations serving more than 39 percent of households with a television.
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Wal-Mart's Chief Executive Officer Doug McMillon speaks at a luncheon hosted by the Economic Club of New York.
Used the right way, a health savings account could help you put aside more for retirement.
The Pyeongchang Games are struggling to draw visitors because of fears about unpredictable North Korea, 50 miles away, USA Today reports.
Airlines continually tweak the order in which they board passengers. USA Today reports how each airline determines boarding order.
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Cowen and Co. also predicts 2017 is a time for smaller brands to win shoppers' dollars.
The stock market is in for another strong year in 2018 so long as Congress is able to pass tax reform, according to a Goldman forecast.
Shares of shoe retailer DSW tumble after the company posted disappointing earnings.
PayPal and Facebook are extending a partnership by enabling business transactions.
Ancestry, 23andMe and others have quietly built out a sales channel on Amazon.
The White House says President Donald Trump plans to speak with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday.
Apple supplier Foxconn has been illegally employing students to work overtime to assemble the iPhone X, the Financial Times reports.
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Richard Painter, former White House lawyer, and Kevin Arqiut, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP, discusses the Department of Justice suing to block the merger deal between AT&T and Time Warner.
Stocks are at record highs. Trading Nasdaq futures now, with technician Louise Yamada, CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now traders, Jim Iuorio and Jeff Kilburg, both from the CME.
Morgan Stanley: $400 then $200 for Tesla in 2018