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New tariffs on Canadian lumber announced by the Trump Administration on Monday are nothing more than "a paper cut," Bob Wetenhall said.
Fitbit's shares (FIT) have plunged by nearly 70% during the past 52-weeks.
If you're expecting Trump to learn from his mistakes, here's why you could be very disappointed, says Chris Lu.
Wilbur Ross said Canada is "generally a good neighbor," but it has to "play by the rules."
Ed Campbell shares his market outlook in an exclusive interview for CNBC PRO with Mike Santoli.
Panera Bread reported first-quarter 2017 earnings after the bell on Tuesday.
Shares of railroad operator CSX jumped after the firm's newly minted CEO disclosed a $15 million stock purchase.
A boost in capex spending and repatriation are both good for the tech sector, Charles Schwab's Liz Ann Sonders said.
Soaring insulin prices and inflexible insurance policies have forced many parents to take desperate measures to keep their kids alive.
FlipKart, the Indian e-commerce giant, made the swap to celebrate its 10th anniversary.
In her first overseas visit as a member of the presidential staff, Ivanka Trump downplayed headlines there calling her a "loyal accomplice."
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Should President Trump choose to replace Fed Chair Janet Yellen when her term expires, he could turn to someone close by to fill the void.
North Korea will continue its nuclear program and the U.S. cannot count on China to deter the threat, experts told a Senate panel Tuesday.
A 15 percent corporate tax rate looks to be a non-starter on Capitol Hill.
When Brian Scudamore realized his employees weren't a good fit, he started over.
WalletHub found the positions that set you up for new opportunities, salary growth and long-term success.
Wells Fargo's annual shareholders' meeting turned rowdy Tuesday as several audience members loudly protested about the company's sales practices.
Graham says Trump will not "let" Kim Jong Un make a missile that could reach the U.S.
A new report shows that the conditions that create the pay gap begin in college.