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The 2018 outlook is favorable for defense and aerospace, although Pentagon acquisition reform could pressure contractors, says a new report.
CNBC's Bob Pisani explains why the price of bitcoin is different across bitcoin exchanges.
Sinopharm and Bluestem Capital are investing $18 million in Virtual Incision, makers of a miniature robot for general abdominal surgeries.
MongoDB saw its stock fall after reporting better than expected earnings for the quarter that ended on Oct. 31.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says the US is prepared to talk to North Korea when Pyongyang agrees to change course on its nuclear and missile programs.
Trump Jr. spoke with the House Intelligence Committee last week.
It also would feature a top individual tax rate of 37 percent and raise the mortgage interest deduction amount to $750,000.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he was confident Congress could reach an agreement to avoid a government shutdown.
Higher taxes aren't the only rising expenses Facebook will face in Europe next year.
Coinbase, the leading U.S. platform for buying and selling cryptocurrencies, said twice in a day that transactions in ethereum were "temporarily disabled."
The bills include waivers for the Medical Device Tax, a tax on over-the-counter medications and the Cadillac Tax. .
Those close to Michael Flynn describe the pressures of the past year as investigators zeroed in on him and the dealings of one of his sons.
Goldman Sachs economists expect Congress to make corporate tax cuts effective in 2019 and new rules could encourage U.S. companies to issue more debt overseas.
PepsiCo's pre-order of 100 Tesla Semi trucks is yet another sign of confidence in the vehicles, said Consumer Edge analyst Jamie Albertine.
One advocate said the biggest tech companies were less vocal because they are facing more regulatory battles than in past years, NYT reports.
Trump signed a defense bill authorizing $700 billion military budget, but a previous law restricts federal spending.
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Contributions to 529 accounts and direct tuition payments should top your giving list.
Overstock.com briefly surged more than 23 percent after Morgan Stanley Investment Management disclosed a stake.
While Russia is broadly unpopular, it still beats the U.S. among countries polled - but both are ahead of one major Middle Eastern power
Jim Cramer took to the charts with technician Bob Lang to determine whether the red-hot industrial sector can keep running.
Experts say tax reform provisions could trigger a bigger income tax bill for winners in 2018.
Jim Cramer sat down with McAfee CEO Chris Young to talk about cybersecurity trends and the rise of ransomware.