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Sprint on Tuesday swung to a profit for the first time in three years as it slashed costs and added subscribers, sending its shares higher.
An app called Moment shows us just how addicted to our smartphones we are.
You'll never have to pay to attend one of the city's hottest events.
How the barrage of bearish news about the oil market has made me bullish on oil prices, says Andy Lipow.
Here's an early indication that John Kelly, a decorated retired Marine general who served three tours in Iraq, is not afraid to stand up to President Trump.
The rules are quite simple, he says.
With regard to money, some missteps can cause long-term problems. Here's what really matters when it comes to financial safety.
U.S. Senate Democrats offered to work with Republicans on a bipartisan tax reform package but only if it does not cut taxes for the wealthy, add to the deficit or allow Republicans to enact legislation on their own.
President Donald Trump "personally dictated" his son's statement about the revelation that he met with a Russian lawyer, The Washington Post reported.
President Trump's threat to stop billions of dollars in government payments to insurers could put him in a tricky legal situation.
It also allowed John Kelly to send a clear message, Bill Daley tells CNBC.
"Donald Trump has a long history of people exiting and re-entering his orbit," political strategist Sara Fagen says.
A home-equity line of credit adds another level of financial security and is best considered while you're in a healthy financial position.
As Japanese PM Shinzo Abe battles an acute crisis of confidence, questions over his future and his namesake economic program loom large.
The dollar index just closed its fifth straight month of losses, its longest monthly losing streak since 2011.
The White House has suffered its latest humiliation, this time at the hands of an email prankster who posed as staff in order to solicit responses from officials including the newly ejected Anthony Scaramucci.
Abdallah Nauphal was a teenager when he fled Lebanon. Now, he's the CEO of one of the largest global investment management companies.
Analysts are angry over the latest Wells Fargo scandal where hundreds of thousands of customers were required to buy auto insurance they did not need.
U.S. cable channel HBO said hackers had stolen upcoming programming, and Entertainment Weekly reported that the theft included a script for an unaired episode of the hit fantasy show "Game of Thrones."
Jim Cramer explains his steadfast position on the rally for investors who may be starting to doubt the upward run.