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If something is important to you, you must make time, not excuses, argues best-selling author Grant Cardone.
The Trump family looks set to blow past the travel-related costs of the Obama administration.
Israel’s Prime Minister Netanyahu was set to visit Singapore this weekend, marking an Israeli head of state’s first official visit in 30 years.
48-year-old Samsung Group chief Jay Y. Lee, who has a net worth of $6.2 billion, was escorted by officials from a justice ministry van.
Industry Minister Miao Wei said China will not change its overall strategy because of Donald Trump's plans to encourage U.S. firms to reshore production.
Jim Cramer outlined the stocks and events on his radar for next week.
President Trump has chosen Alexander Acosta for Labor Secretary, and Jake Novak says it's the administration's first slam dunk.
Stocks are hunting for more good news on the economy—as well as signs that Washington will be getting down to business on tax reform.
One trader sees "red flags" that the market rally is about to come to a pause.
The tax plan that promises the biggest cuts in corporate taxes without straining the budget looks increasingly unlikely to become law.
The billionaire's short positions came in the form of puts, or options to sell, on two exchange-traded funds that track market indexes.
Jim Cramer suspects that companies are using the greatness of globalization to steal market share.
Scott Pruitt has attracted scorn from Democrats and environmentalists and praise from conservatives and the energy industry.
Marine Le Pen is on course to be the next president of France, according to one fund manager's big-data analysis.
The burdens of repealing and replacing Obamacare will fall on consumers, Mark Cuban tells CNBC.
A lot of onlookers criticized Mark Zuckerberg's manifesto as a PR stunt.
The "Fast Money" traders discuss the best moves to make among the "FANG" stocks.
Kraft Heinz proposes a $143 billion merger with Unilever, but the Anglo-Dutch consumer goods company says no thanks.
The market has been running on two sources of rocket fuel and one of those may soon stop the rally in its tracks, Michael Jones says.
Pyschologist David Maxfield says most people don't realize they're making crucial mistakes.