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A plan to slash legal immigration backed by President Donald Trump would cause U.S. GDP and jobs to dip over time, a Wharton analysis says.
Trump's "fire and fury" is just rhetoric, making it worse than useless, says Notre Dame Professor MaryEllen O'Connor.
Microchips are becoming ubiquitous as augmented and virtual reality become mainstream, USA Today reports.
Technology surrounds us and every company, whether it's a small start-up or a major company, is now a tech company.
Goldman Sachs released a list of stocks to stay away from if market volatility continues to climb in its "Portfolio Manager Toolkit."
Jefferies predicts Home Depot will report better-than-expected sales next week, according to its retail checks.
There's one country that may actually be a winner in the U.S. North Korean standoff.
Americans are being overcharged by more than $3 billion a year for ER services, according to data from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
A $500 giant inflatable Trump-like chicken is available for sale on eBay.
Rule No. 1: "Let go of the old, make the most of the future."
Snapchat's parent, which reports earnings Thursday afternoon, has way too many analysts covering the company relative to its size.
Leuthold CIO Doug Ramsey expects a market correction and a spike in volatility as early as the next six to eight weeks.
Drexel Hamilton says it is "reinvigorated by the opportunity set available" for Raytheon after a meeting with the company's management.
Wells Fargo's nonexecutive chairman Stephen Sanger will likely step down, Dow Jones reported Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter.
"I'm willing to say that it was horrible but not really horrible," Jim Cramer says.
Then 18, the future Microsoft co-founder even included his height and weight on the CV.
"Our business has opportunity to grow," Matthew Salzberg tells CNBC.
Executives of the low-cost gym chain pointed to its appeal to casual exercisers and ability to snap up vacant swaths of retail real estate.
These tips from career experts could help you score a raise.
Slash the time you spend opening and deleting useless messages.