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If confirmed, Quarles would be the first Fed official installed by an administration looking to ease financial regulations.
Trump’s son was told he would get anti-Clinton information was from a Russian government effort to aid his father’s campaign, the NYT reported Monday.
Once you drive an SUV, the odds are pretty good the next vehicle you buy will be an SUV.
Deutsche Bank thinks Wall Street's expectations for Apple and the iPhone 8 are too high.
Arena Pharmaceuticals' drug Ralienpag met its Phase 2 program goals.
Marley Spoon will sell Dinnerly, a meal kit aimed at helping families cook up an inexpensive, but quality dinner.
A sleep scientist explains how to make jet lag bearable.
Amazon must use its new power to make healthy food accessible to all income levels, says celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson.
A U.S. military plane crashed in rural Mississippi on Monday evening killing at least 16 people, a regional emergency management official said.
Flying for business or leisure is less glamorous these days. But some old-school in-flight perks can be found — if you search hard enough.
Louis Vuitton recently introduced its Tambour Horizon smartwatch that runs on Google's Android Wear 2.0 software.
Ethereum's price slipped below $200 for the first time since May 30, continuing its fall for a second consecutive session on Tuesday.
Energy investment fell 12 percent in 2016, raising concerns about oil supply and electricity security, the International Energy Agency said.
There's a common misconception that leaders are supposed to be outspoken.
Moneyed families have hit the pause button on their estate plans, holding out for a repeal of the "death tax." Don't count on it.
While many like the sound of an alternative minimum tax repeal, it might make their budget — and the federal government's — worse off.
Investors will learn more about where the major financial institutions stand when the sector kicks off second-quarter earnings.
The totality will only be fully visible from a few places.
Allan Maman and Cooper Weiss's business success helped create a national craze. And they're just 17.
The company’s so-called Rural Airband Initiative is an attempt to partner with local providers to boost wireless internet.