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Canyon Partners's Joshua Friedman said he's finding value in mergers and acquisitions and is "very cautious" on entering retail.
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Trump's tweet on retirement accounts was both smart and to the point, says National Review's Jonathan S. Tobin.
Ryan does not think President Trump's feud with Sen. Bob Corker will derail the tax reform effort.
Eight towering chunks of concrete and steel offer possible models for Trump's desired wall on the southern border of the U.S.
Cook's comments come as one of the most anticipated iPhones yet, the iPhone X, opens for preorder this week.
Millennials are now putting a greater emphasis on saving over spending, according to a Bankrate.com report.
Saudi Aramco CEO Amin Nasser says electric vehicles account for only 0.2 percent of the cars on the road.
President Trump’s approval rating is still quite bad, particularly for a president in his first year in office, Vox reports.
Liam Fox has dismissed a recent tweet by Goldman Sachs CEO Blankfein that suggested Frankfurt could replace London.
Seeing the world doesn't have to be just a dream.
Sen. Marco Rubio is optimistic about the prospects for tax reform.
Deutsche Bank on Tuesday reiterates its buy rating for Amazon shares, predicting solid results from its e-commerce business.
Energy demand will continue to soar in the coming decades, according to Saudi Arabia's minister of energy.
Talking about your motivations can help you land the perfect job.
Donald Trump and Congressional Republicans believe that tax cuts for the very rich will be a boon to the whole economy, Vox reports.
You don't need to stick to the traditional 9-to-5 to be successful.