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With an internal probe over, Hain CEO Irwin Simon is upbeat on what's ahead and sees a silver lining to the Amazon-Whole Foods deal.
GOP leaders have to get at least 50 Republican senators to back the legislation to win passage.
Investors, brace yourselves. A market pullback may be coming soon.
Harvey Schwartz replaced Gary Cohn as Goldman Sachs' president and co-COO when Cohn became the White House's chief economic advisor.
Saudi Arabia's succession change signals that the Middle East is getting that much closer open conflict, says Jake Novak.
Warren Buffett's Midas touch just gave this Canadian company's stock a 10% boost. And, he made a cool 65% profit in the process, writes Breakingviews' Tom Buerkle.
Breakingviews says that while Oracle's impressive growth is promising, competition from Amazon and Microsoft looms.
Canaccord Genuity's Tony Dwyer says the talk of bonds sending a warning sign for stocks is overblown.
The FX series’ frustrating but rewarding third season zeroes in on a world gone horribly wrong, Vox reports.
Why not work directly with Spotify, Apple and others? Good question.
Health and hospital stocks released "pent-up demand" after the Senate health bill was unveiled.
Stocks in China take a hit after regulators tighten their grip on buying activity and video services.
The Senate GOP's Obamacare replacement bill doesn't do enough to fix America's health costs, says Jake Novak.
Untangling your money from your ex's is messy.
These accounts offer triple tax advantages and could help you cover medical expenses in retirement if you use them as investments.
"We have looked at every other alternative to make sure we are making the right decision," Marcelo Claure tells CNBC.
Here's who should be on the short list to succeed Travis Kalanick as CEO of Uber, says former Medtronic CEO Bill George.
The companies involved believe they have a lot to learn from one another.
Many highly-successful people went through a rough time in their 20s.
The Senate health-care bill's tax cuts would go primarily to the wealthy, with 40 percent of savings going to the top 1 percent of earners.