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The United States on Thursday blacklisted nine companies and government institutions, including two Russian firms, and three people for their support of North Korea's weapons programs.
California Governor Jerry Brown said he'll discuss merging carbon trading market with China.
It took President Donald Trump's controversial choice to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate-change accord to turn Lloyd Blankfein from a Twitter lurker into a tweeter.
The next “Google-scale” technology company is likely to come from Europe and will be an AI start-up, a top venture capitalist told CNBC.
Backing out of Paris climate agreement will cost the U.S. loss of new jobs and industries, said former President Barack Obama.
Jim Cramer explains how Washington's inability to push pro-business policy is hurting certain stocks.
The White House late Wednesday posted on its website ethics waivers granted to four ex-lobbyists and numerous others.
U.S. consumption of beer, cider and mixed drinks fell last year, although wine did better, according to a new report.
U.S. stocks moved higher on Thursday, but investing expert Rene Nourse is looking outside the country for great opportunities.
Boris Schlossberg of BK Asset Management breaks down three key market themes investors should watch for on the last trading day of the week.
The mayor Pittsburgh, despite President Trump's rejection of the Paris climate agreement, vowed Thursday adhere to the terms of the deal
CNBC fact-checked some of the reasons President Donald Trump presented for why the United States should abandon the Paris Agreement.
Blue Apron, a company that delivers ingredients you can put together for home-cooked meals, is going public.
Asian markets closed higher on Friday, after the release of strong private payrolls stateside and as the U.S. withdraws from a climate agreement.
The stress tests banks now have to undergo don't necessarily have to be so complicated, former FDIC chair Sheila Bair told CNBC on Thursday.
Casino stocks surged on numbers from Macau. And some strategists say it isn’t time for investors to cash in their chips yet.
Millionaire confidence plunged by a record amount in May, sparked by fears of government dysfunction in Washington.
Hundreds of Wal-Mart orders have been delivered to customers by store workers as part of a test of a new delivery system.
The credit agency cited "unrelenting political brinksmanship" and slashed Illinois' rating to Triple B minus.
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