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Most Asia markets closed higher, taking cues from signs of confidence in the U.S. after Wall Street closed higher up.
Hillary Clinton says she's "shocked and appalled" by sexual assault and harassment allegations against Democratic donor Harvey Weinstein.
Jim Cramer explains why Randal Quarles' political standing will help institutional banks like JPMorgan make more money.
The Weinstein Company's future is more than bleak, Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, a professor at the Yale School of Management, told CNBC on Tuesday.
Israeli intelligence officers watched Russian government hackers search computers for the code names of American intelligence programs.
Wal-Mart is doing a lot of things right, but it should spend its money on other things rather than buying back more stock, Bill Simon said.
A decision to shorten Wal-Mart's receipts saved the discount retailer $7 million.
The group is the latest to call on lawmakers to examine Allergan's controversial patent deal with a Native American tribe.
Sen. Bob Corker led the GOP opposition to the Iran nuclear deal, but Sarah Huckabee Sanders said he rolled it out alongside Democrats.
Express Scripts said the acquisition of eviCore will allow it to expand beyond its prescription drug benefit services.
The Trump administration is seeking to apply pressure on Iran and allies alike in a high-stakes bid to secure a tougher nuclear deal.
Michael Novogratz, former Fortress manager, is starting his own fund to invest in an array of digital assets and blockchain technology.
The painting is one of fewer than 20 by da Vinci known to still exist, and could be among the most highly-valued works ever sold at auction.
Contrary to President Trump's latest tax tweet, the U.S. is not the 'highest taxed nation in the world.'
According to Gap, each outfit box contains six pieces of clothing, costing $70 but worth $100 or more.
The contest for who will become the next head of the Federal Reserve appears to be coming down to Kevin Warsh and Jerome "Jay" Powell.
Umer Raffat of Evercore ISI has two names at the top of his buy list — Allergan and Dermira.
Tech companies have been under increasing pressure to allow the Russian government to examine source code in exchange for approvals to sell products in Russia.
In the memo sent to NFL teams, Goodell said the league must "move past this controversy" and this has to be done in collaboration with its players.
The biggest loophole of all for professional football could be in the president's own tax plan.